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  • The Consequences of Drug Possession or Trafficking Charges

    March 05, 2019

    The war on drugs in America has resulted in a system that severely punishes individuals caught possessing controlled substances. If a person is caught with substantial amounts of dangerous drugs, then they could face years in prison. Unfortunately, some people caught with large amounts of drugs are not distributing or selling them, but they still must be […]

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  • FAQs About Pain and Suffering in Personal Injury Cases

    February 26, 2019

    Anyone who has watched daytime court television has probably heard the phrase “pain and suffering” being used during personal injury lawsuits. Due to the media’s exaggeration and focus on this issue, many people mistakenly believe that damages or suffering caused by pain and suffering are simply used as excuses to collect more money during a claim. This […]

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  • Distinguishing Between Robbery and Theft

    February 12, 2019

    While the terms theft and robbery are often used interchangeably outside of the criminal justice field, these two offenses differ in many respects. If you have been charged with either of these crimes, then it’s important to understand these differences and what they mean in the event you are found guilty in court. Explaining Theft Theft is […]

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  • New Jersey Elevator Technician Receives Over $2 Million Settlement After Falling Through Unsecured Roof Grate While Working

    January 22, 2019

    In September 2018, Brett Riccio, an employee of elevator engineering company ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation, settled his lawsuit against a commercial building owner for injuries he sustained while working on elevators of the commercial building. According to various news sources, Telx, the building owner, and ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation agreed to pay Riccio $2,025,000 to settle the lawsuit filed against Telx […]

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  • New Jersey Attorney General Broaches Possibility Of Creating New Convictions Review Unit After Two Criminal Defendants’ Murder Convictions Are Overturned

    January 15, 2019

    On April 13, 2018, New Jersey State Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced his intention to convene a panel to discuss the potential creation of a new criminal investigative unit called the conviction review unit. This announcement came after the New Jersey Superior Court overturned two Passaic County 1996 murder convictions. In that case, exculpatory […]

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  • Explaining Shoulder Dystocia and its Effect on the Brain

    December 26, 2018

    Shoulder dystocia is a serious birth injury that can affect any baby during vaginal delivery. If the injury is serious enough it could lead to damage to the brain of the baby that could last a lifetime. The simplest explanation of shoulder dystocia is that it occurs when the baby gets stuck behind the pelvis of the […]

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  • Tips for Writing a Demand Letter

    December 19, 2018

    Demand letters are most commonly used in personal injury cases. A personal injury case stems from any type of accident that left a victim injured. The injuries can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, nursing home accidents, police misconduct, defective products, workplace accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, and many other incidents. Today, we will take a look at […]

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  • Belmont Murder

    September 27, 2018

    Six of the eight men who allegedly took part in a gang-related stabbing death of a Belmont teen arrived in New York to face a judge for their suspected crimes after their extradition from New Jersey. The story of the tragic incident went viral due to the graphic surveillance video that was taken of the […]

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  • Jersey City Hit and Run

    September 13, 2018

    A police officer from Jersey City made an appearance in court for charges that he crashed his car into a Hoboken crossing guard’s vehicle and left the scene of the accident immediately afterward. The 59-year-old police officer has made the claim that he was on duty at the time of the collision, he had his siren […]

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Car Accidents

    August 28, 2018

    Car accidents can be an unfortunate part of life no matter how careful you try to be out there on the road. Whether you are the one at fault or you are the victim of someone’s negligent behavior behind the wheel there are a variety of questions one might have following their accident. The following is […]

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