Categories for Traffic Violations

Pretrial Detention, Poverty & Bail in the U.S.

January 7, 2020
Poverty & Bail Legal Consequences in the United States

Poverty is the primary factor in determining an individual’s legal consequences according to a Human Rights Watch report This report called “The Price of Freedom,” compiled by Human Rights Watch confirmed and bolstered by other studies conducted by experts from Harvard, Stanford, and Princeton which also found that holding individuals in jail before their trial […]

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Factors that Effect Auto Insurance Rates in New Jersey

October 25, 2019

Auto Insurance Lawyers in Long Branch, Freehold, Wall, Red Bank and across the Monmouth County Area Auto insurance rates in New Jersey are not as cut and dry as you might imagine. Yes, there are some obvious cause-and-effect relationships between one’s actions on the road and their auto insurance rates. For example, you can bet […]

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Disclosure of Discovery and Exculpatory Evidence in Monmouth County Arrests

September 10, 2019
Tinton Falls Woman, Long Branch Man Accused of Murdering Friend, Burying Her in Backyard

Our trusted Criminal Defense Lawyers with in-depth knowledge about Criminal Justice System help their Clients in Monmouth County, NJ The justice system of this country operates under specific rules governing its procedures, just as there are binding laws under which all people and systems in this country must abide. In the case of the criminal […]

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What Is A Legal Police Stop?

August 15, 2019
What Is A Legal Police Stop?

Criminal Attorneys Serving Clients in Long Branch, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake, Tinton Falls, and across Monmouth County When is it legal for a police officer to stop you? When does it violate your rights? If facing criminal or even a municipal court disorderly persons violation, it is important to contact an attorney that is familiar with […]

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Jail time for Driving with a Suspended License due to DWI in Monmouth County NJ

July 26, 2019
Ocean Twp. NJ Shoplifting Defense Attorneys

Traffic Violations Attorneys serving clients in the Monmouth County area. Driving with a suspended license is against the law in all 50 United States. There are a number of reasons law enforcement may suspend someone’s license. One heavily enforced reason is driving while under the influence (DWI). Driving while under the influence will usually result […]

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Motorcycle Safety Laws in New Jersey

May 7, 2018
Monmouth County NJ Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorneys

Those who ride motorcycles understand that there is nothing quite like that feeling. The lifestyle, the freedom, the culture, and even the less frequent trips to the gas station are all great reasons to ride in New Jersey. Unfortunately, bikers also assume a greater risk of serious injury or even wrongful death due to the inherent dangers of riding […]

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Off-Duty Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Long Branch, NJ Vehicular Homicide

April 10, 2018
Monmouth County NJ DWI Defense Attorneys

On September 22nd, 2017, 66-year-old Karen Borkowski was struck by a vehicle while crossing Ocean Boulevard in Long Branch. Borkowski was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident according to nj.com. The driver of the vehicle was off-duty police detective Jake Pascucci. As a result of this accident, detective Pascucci has pled guilty to […]

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NJ DUI/DWI Law Debate Continues

October 4, 2017
NJ DUI/DWI Law Debate Continues

Following last month’s tragic deaths of two grandparents at the hands of a drunk driver, the debate over New Jersey’s drunk driving laws has resurfaced among lawmakers, residents, and the media alike. In the drunk driving accident in question, Frank Cabezas, 23, who had already had his license suspended for a previous DUI/DWI arrest, was once […]

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U Drive, U Text, U Pay Enforcement Officer Hit by Distracted Driver

April 9, 2017
U Drive, U Text, U Pay Enforcement Officer Hit by Distracted Driver

On Wednesday, April 5th, a Howell Township officer was in his patrol car enforcing the statewide crackdown on distracted driving known as “U Driver, U Text, U Pay” when his car was ironically struck by a driver who was reportedly using his phone to navigate without a hands-free setup. The driver, 80-year-old Gregory Nayvelt of […]

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Man Convicted of DUI in New Jersey with .06 BAC

January 6, 2017
Man Convicted of DUI in New Jersey with .06 BAC

In New Jersey, driving under the influence (DUI/DWI) charge can be proven several ways to the court.  Most commonly, prosecutors use blood alcohol content (BAC) evidence, obtained by breath tests, blood tests, or a urine test, to prove intoxication.  Much less commonly, however, DWI prosecutions can be secured through witness testimony, specifically by the arresting […]

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