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Dealing with unlicensed home improvement contractors

The youth heroin epidemic

s parents, we want to be able to provide and protect our kids.  Sometimes that task seems easier than others. Being a father myself, I know how anxiety inducing it is worrying about their welfare.  Perhaps one of the common, biggest fears we all face is the drug factor.   You can’t turn on the news today without hearing something related to illegal substances.  And of those, none is more addictive or deadlier than heroin.

Odor of marijuana is insufficient for warrantless searches

Until recently, there was an open question as to weather the pure odor of marijuana by itself would allow an officer to conduct a search without obtaining a warrant.  A recent New Jersey Court Case has now decided this question and given us the answer.   No.

The surprising psychology behind shoplifting

If only 5 percent of shoplifting is related to poverty, what compels the other 95 percent? For many people, it is not because of financial need, but because of a psychological need. Stealing can be an involuntary coping mechanism to deal with personal conflicts and psychological maladies.

Can a police officer just search my car with no warrant?

Recently a new case came down in New Jersey that has changed what the police need in order to search your car.  Previously, if a police officer suspected something illegal might be in your car, they would need to get a search warrant or rely on an exception to a search warrant (such as finding something in plain sight or having your consent) before they could conduct a search.  This changed after the NJ Supreme Court ruled in N.J. v. Witt back in September 2015.

Erasing a past criminal record in new jersey just became quicker!

An Expungement (erasing a past criminal record) is allowed in New Jersey under certain guidelines.  Under N.J.S.A. 2C: 52-1 a mechanism has been put in place to allow someone with a criminal record or arrest to remove this information from public viewing.  Once granted by a Superior Court Judge, you will be allowed to legally answer no to the dreaded question “Have you ever been arrested or convicted of any crime?”, and this past record will not come up in a background check.

Why you should never refuse a breathalyzer test in the state of new jersey

If the police stop you for a possible DUI/DWI and they tell you to blow into the Alcotest for blood levels, you MUST do this. New Jersey’s implied consent law requires that drivers provide a breath sample if they are pulled over for suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

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Traveling from Canada to United States Criminal record

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Self Defense in Vero Beach