In recent news, New Jersey’s Attorney General Gurbir Grewal has ordered all local and state law enforcement to provide information on the buyers and sellers of guns that were used in crimes. The state’s law enforcement agencies have been required to record and trace all crime guns in New Jersey, but now they are also…. Read More
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Labor Day is one of the year’s major holidays where friends and family go out and celebrate in the city. These celebrations bring the risk of drunk driving. New Jersey police officers will be out in full force during Labor Day weekend in order to catch suspicious drivers, so it’s crucial that you know how…. Read More
If you were recently convicted of a crime, there are many different rights that you might fear you will lose in the near future. One of these common concerns is the loss of your rights to possess a firearm. There are specific crimes that can result in you losing your gun possession rights, so it…. Read More
The abuse of prescription drugs has been at an all-time high for recent years, and local and federal law enforcement view it as a high priority. Prescription drug overdose is a leading case of accidental death in our country, so law officials are taking prescription drug crimes very seriously. If you are ever charged with…. Read More
In most situations, the main perpetrator of a crime is legally referred to as a principal. If there are any other people assisting in the agency of a crime, they will be referred to as accomplices. An accomplice plays a supporting role in a crime, but he or she can still be found just as…. Read More
Identify theft is a very common type of theft that can be perpetrated even with harmless intent. What could have been a harmless borrowing of information could turn into a serious offense. Identity theft is a type of white-collar crime that occurs when someone illegally uses someone’s personal identifying information without their permission. In order…. Read More