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How Long Will A Drunk Driving Charge Stay On My Record In New Jersey?

What Happens After You’re Charged with a DUI in NJ? A drunk driving conviction is a serious charge that can stay on your record for years to come. If you want to remove the conviction from your record in New Jersey (known as expunging your record) you can expect to wait up to ten years […]

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Expunging Your Criminal Record In New Jersey: What You Need To Know

Wiping the Slate Clean in New Jersey If you have a criminal record, either adult or juvenile, you know that it can negatively affect your life in so many ways. After you’ve served your time, you may be frustrated that a criminal record is preventing you from getting a job or meeting another life goal. […]

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Drug Trafficking and Accomplices

Overview of Drug Trafficking in New Jersey As America fights the war on drugs, those charged with drug trafficking or similar charges tend to receive the highest punishment. While the laws involving drug trafficking are very straightforward, navigating unique situations like accomplices tends to be more complicated. New Jersey Drug Trafficking Laws Drug trafficking refers […]

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How to Fight Drug Possession Charges

Understanding Drug Charges in New Jersey Drug charges are one of the most common criminal charges in the legal system. The laws around the possession of drugs are strict, meaning you can face felony charges or even jail time for a small amount of a controlled substance. If you are charged with drug possession, you […]

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Surgeon from New Jersey Arrested Headed to Work for Cocaine Possession

New Jersey Surgeon Arrested for Drug Possession A surgeon from New Jersey was recently arrested en route to work for possession of cocaine, according to multiple media reports. The incident occurred on Sunday, August 4, 2019 when Vikas Patel, 36, was stopped for having tinted windows on his vehicle.  Patel, a neurosurgeon at Mountainside Medical […]

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