What if I am Being Denied Unemployment in New Jersey?

Unemployment refers to situations where an individual does not have a job, but is actively available to work. When it comes to those who seek unemployment benefits, there are handful of other criteria which must be considered as well. Unemployment benefits are meant to assist those who have lost a job through no fault of their… Read More

Am I Obligated to Report an Auto Accident?

Auto accidents can be a terrifying experience. Whether you are a victim or a witness, they can leave individuals shaken and understandably emotional. In this situation, many people will want to avoid further stress by avoiding police involvement and making a formal report. This is a natural reaction as many of us simply want to get… Read More

Bizarre New Jersey Laws Which are Still in Effect

Contrary to what you were led to believe as a child, the law does not always make sense. Thankfully, the more ridiculous laws still in effect in New Jersey and across our country are not generally upheld in courts of law. That is due in part to the fact that many laws change based on… Read More

Expungements for Arrests not Ending in Conviction

In New Jersey, individuals do not need to be convicted in a court of law for their arrests to be public record. Arrests that result in disorderly persons, petty disorderly persons, or indictable felony charges will end up on your public criminal record. Often, these charges are dismissed, dropped, or end in a lack of… Read More

What is the New Jersey No Early Release Act?

New Jersey state law does not consider all crimes equal. There are a litany of considerations which may come into play when determining sentencing in criminal court. Charges range from petty disorderly conduct, to disorderly conduct, to felony criminal charges. For convictions of violent crimes, there is an additional consideration pursuant to the New Jersey No… Read More

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