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Rutgers Basketball Player Accused of Domestic Violence

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A Rutgers basketball player was recently accused of domestic violence in Piscataway, NJ. While each domestic violence case is unique to the people and circumstances involved, there are some fundamental factors that you should understand when ...

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How to File a Restraining Order in Middlesex County NJ

Need a Restraining Order in Middlesex County NJ? Call attorneys at Proetta & Oliver

If you feel that your safety is in danger due to the threat of violence from another person, you may be considering filing a restraining order. However, you should know that restraining orders are not available to everyone. You need to be ...

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Simple Assault & Harassment Dismissed Without Client Appearing

East Brunswick NJ simple assault attorney

In our line of work, we defend dozens of clients throughout the year for domestic violence charges. In a recent case, our Middlesex County criminal attorneys defended a woman who resided in Texas but had come up to New Jersey to visit her ...

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Middlesex County Restraining Order Dismissed

Restraining Order attorney in New Brunswick NJ

Our Middlesex County NJ restraining order lawyers recently defended a client against a temporary restraining order that had been filed by his ex-girlfriend. The whole incident started after our client had flown over to New Jersey from California ...

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Simple Assault Dismissed Against Non-Citizen

Edison Simple Assault Lawyer

Our Edison criminal defense attorneys recently defended a client who had been charged for simple assault under 2C:12-1a for allegedly attacking his wife. When the police showed up to his residence to investigation the allegations, our client was ...

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