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Archive for September, 2009

DUI

The State of New Jersey incorporated the Alcotest as a replacement of the Breathylizer. In the short time since the Alcotest was put into use, it has been the subject of several attacks. Recently it was determined that various occurences,…

Guilty Pleas

Many people make guilty pleas when offeres are presented by the prosecution for lesser sentences or probation. Often the allure of the plea offer makes the accused forget about the consequences of the guilty plea, specifically that they will now…

September 11, 2009

My practice is heavily based in litigation, especially the litigation of Criminal and Family Law matters. Today I would like to remind everyone to take a moment to reflect upon the heinous crime committed against the United States of America…

Child Support

Child support is not optional and is not waivable by the parties. If you have a “deal” with your child’s other parent that he or she will not seek child supoprt through the Court as long as you make payments…

Restraining Order

Restraining orders are serious matters. A temporary restraining order (TRO) may issue upon a complaint stating reasonable grounds and then a hearing will be scheduled before a Judge to determine whether a Final Restraining Order (FRO) will be issued. Anyone…

Attorney Conflict

Often times the rights of an individual are inadvertently violated by thier own attorney. If your attorney has represented anyone involved in your trial before, including a witness to the case, there may be a negative impact on your trial…

Labor Day Weekend

It is always nice to have a long weekend, unless you are incarcerated and awaiting a first appearance in Court. If you are incarcerated after business hours you have to wait until Monday to appear before a Judge and have…