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EXPUNGEMENT MADE EASIER IN NEW JERSEY

IN DECEMBER OF 2017 GOV. CHRIS CHRISTIE SIGNED A TRIO OF BILLS THAT WILL MAKE IT EASIER FOR THOSE CONVICTED OF MINOR CRIMES TO EXPUNGE THEIR CRIMINAL RECORDS AND APPLY FOR JOBS. AS STATED IN AN EARLIER VIDEO ON “BAN THE BOX” MANY EMLOYERS STILL ASK ABOUT CRIMINAL RECORDS IN THE JOB APPLICATION PROCESS EVEN THOUGH IT HAS BEEN OUTLAWED SINCE 2015. THIS NEW LEGISLATION IS DESIGNED TO MAKE IT EASIER TO GET A JOB EVEN THOUGH YOU HAVE SOME CRIMINAL
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Litigation Process – AVOIDING TRIAL – New Jersey

Most people think of the litigation process is like what they see on tv-all court room drama and arguments before the jury- when in fact that is a rare occurrence. The litigation process is slow and the system is overloaded so most cases never go to trial-there are just way too many of them and the pressure to settle is great, both in civil and criminal cases. Trials are to be avoided if at all possible and very rare overall. As

NJ DUI DWI Attorney

You should always consult with an attorney concerning a charge of DUI or DWI, even if you believe that there is no chance of successfully challenging the offense. No other area of Municipal Court practice is more serious and as a consequence this is absolutely the time to seek legal representation. As stated above, even if you are going to be convicted, you really should retain the services of an attorney because the fines and penalties have a wide range, which

New Jersey Municipal Court

The most common types of New Jersey Municipal Court cases are driving violations. Driving violations range from the simple parking tickets to the more serious DUI/DWI case, which can have devastating effects on your finances, life and family. You should not attempt to handle on your own any Municipal Court matter that carries serious consequences for various reasons. All moving violations carry with them the imposition of points on your driver’s license if convicted. As the Judge in your case will