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When You Have been Charged with a Strict Liability Crime in NJ

Strict Liability Crimes in New Jersey

A multitude of criminal offenses ranging from assault, to sexual assault, to robbery in New Jersey require the state to prove that you possessed some intent when committing a crime. However, offenses known as strict liability crimes allow the ...

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Mens Rea in New Jersey Criminal Cases

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Mens rea: What it Means and Why it Matters when Charged with a Crime in NJ Anyone charged with a crime in the United States is “innocent until proven guilty.” We have all heard this phrase thrown around hundreds of times. But what does it really ...

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Probation Violations VOP

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Edison Violation of Probation Lawyer If you have been placed on probation for a crime in Middlesex County or anywhere else in New Jersey, there are things you need to know. Probation can seem like a gift in lieu of jail, but there are serious ...

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Can Police Enter a House after a Noise Complaint in NJ?

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New Brunswick Noise Complaint Criminal Charge Attorneys House parties are popular throughout New Jersey, especially in New Brunswick in the houses on and around Rutgers University Campus. As we all know, if they run late, they tend to anger ...

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What if Police Don’t Read Me My Rights in New Jersey?

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You’ve undoubtedly seen and heard it before. Police arrest a suspect for a crime. We all know the words that come next. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used against you. But what happens if a police officer fails to ...

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