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New Jersey Point Systems

New Jersey Point Systems

As New Jersey drivers, we know that the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) implements a point system that can affect our driving privileges (if we rack up too many MVC points). It’s important to be aware that insurance companies have their own point systems, which they use to research your driving history and to … Continue reading New Jersey Point Systems

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How to Tell if You’re Eligible for an Expungement

How to Tell if You’re Eligible for an Expungement

Expungement refers to the court-ordered process of, essentially, erasing the legal record connected to an arrest for a criminal conviction. In actuality, the arrest or conviction is merely sealed or discarded in the eyes of the law. The laws regarding expungement, however, are state specific and can even vary from county to county. Legally Speaking … Continue reading How to Tell if You’re Eligible for an Expungement

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Underage Drinking and DUI

Underage Drinking and DUI

If you’re not yet 21, you have no defense for imbibing in alcoholic beverages – it’s illegal from every perspective. If you’ve been charged with underage driving while under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in New Jersey, it’s imperative that you bring your strongest defense. Get Serious If you’re not of legal … Continue reading Underage Drinking and DUI

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Termination of Megan’s Law Obligations Could Become Harder

Termination of Megan’s Law Obligations Could Become Harder

Megan’s Law allows registered sex offenders – who have not reoffended in the 15 years since either their original conviction or their release from custody (whichever comes later) and who are therefore less likely to pose a societal threat – to have their sex offender registration and reporting obligations lifted. Many such registrants spend those … Continue reading Termination of Megan’s Law Obligations Could Become Harder

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Could Court Ordered Birth Control Be a Violation of a Woman’s Civil Rights?

Could Court Ordered Birth Control Be a Violation of a Woman’s Civil Rights?

A New York judge recently ordered a drug-addicted mother who’s worked as a prostitute not to get pregnant before she regains custody of her baby. Family Court Judge Patricia Gallaher’s order relays that this constraint is intended to improve the woman’s chances of achieving rehabilitation and reuniting with her infant son without a newer baby … Continue reading Could Court Ordered Birth Control Be a Violation of a Woman’s Civil Rights?

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