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How could your Miranda Rights affect your criminal defense?

At any point in your life, you could find yourself facing an unexpected legal situation. Though the details of the predicament could range to include numerous scenarios, you may feel unprepared for any incident that may require legal action. If you find yourself charged with a crime, you may feel particularly shocked and overwhelmed by the arrest and have many questions regarding the legal proceedings ahead.

College tests will look like fun compared to these tests

Do you hate tests? If so, you are definitely not along. Most college students in New Jersey have at least a small dislike for the testing process. All those hours of studying, memorizing, and otherwise trying to cram massive amounts of information into your brain in order to later regurgitate it on paper in an exam can be quite stressful. In fact, sometimes you might just need to take a break and kickback for a while, away from the books.

What is assault and how can I fight back against these charges?

A criminal charge of any kind can interrupt and change your life, no matter how major or minor the charge may seem. You may feel overwhelmed by your situation, yet no matter what happened to lead to criminal charges, you still have the right to defend yourself and seek the best possible outcome to your situation.

A criminal conviction could really mess up your college finances

If you're like many New Jersey college students, the idea of paying for four years (or more) of post-secondary education seems impossible unless you obtain financial aid. After all, this isn't Europe, where college education is often free. Given the fact that financial aid may be crucial toward helping you achieve your college goals, it's important to know that there are several things that may impede your ability to qualify for financial assistance, one of which would be a criminal conviction.

Protect your right to drive and keep points off your license

As a New Jersey driver, you know how important it is to keep your license in good standing and avoid the financial penalties that come when you have points on your license. It can be useful to know how the points system works and how you can protect your personal freedoms and financial well-being.

Even if no DUI, drugs and alcohol can land drivers in trouble

In New Jersey, drivers can face a myriad of criminal penalties related to drug and alcohol use or possession, even if not actually charged with driving under the influence. The penalties associated with these infractions can be costly, and it may be necessary for a driver to move to protect his or her interests when facing these charges. 

Potential penalties for marijuana-related drug charge

New Jersey is one of many states to legalize marijuana for medical use. Those who are in possession of this substance without a doctor recommendation, however, can face some serious penalties if the prosecuting attorney achieves convictions in criminal court. If you are facing a marijuana-related drug charge, an experienced criminal defense attorney may be able to help you fight it.

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