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Middlesex County

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Success Stories

Forgery, Prescription Drugs & Receiving Stolen Property Downgraded to Ordinance

27 July, 2017
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We recently defended a client who was charged with multiple indictable crimes including 2 counts of Forgery under 2C:21-1, Receiving Stolen Property under 2C:20-7, Possession of Prescription Drugs under 2C:35-10.5d and Identity Theft under 2C:21-7. The allegations were that she

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Leaving the Scene of Accident Dismissed Outright

13 June, 2017
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Our New Jersey traffic defense attorneys recently defend a client who had been ticketed for leaving the scene of an accident after getting into a car crash on the turnpike with another vehicle. The allegations became more complicated when it was alleged that

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4th Degree felony Fake ID downgraded to ordinance for Rutgers Student

08 June, 2017
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Our fake ID criminal attorneys recently defended a Rutgers business student that was charged with a fourth degree possession of a fake drivers license under 2C:21-2.1c. The whole incident started when police were on patrol in the train station during the early

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Marijuana Charges Dismissed Against College Student

08 June, 2017
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Our Middlesex County marijuana defense attorneys had the opportunity to represent a young man who had been charged with marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia after police responded to a dorm room for the smell of marijuana. Our client was visiting

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Rutgers Student has Disorderly Conduct Downgraded to Ordinance

25 May, 2017
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Our disorderly conduct lawyers recently defended a client who had been charged under 2C:33-2a disorderly conduct for getting into a fight and altercation on the street on the way home from a night out at the bar. Our client was

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