A man in New Jersey was recently accused of murdering a fellow retirement community resident with a gun. He now faces a murder charge along with a weapons charge. However, like anyone facing charges related to gun crimes, the man is presumed innocent until and unless his guilt is proved in criminal court.
A man was recently accused of engaging in criminal activity involving a weapon at a school in New Jersey. He now faces serious charges. However, anyone accused of gun crimes in the Garden State is always presumed innocent until the State can prove his guilt in a court of law.
A man in New Jersey was recently accused of committing weapons crimes at an airport. Specifically, he is said to have tried to bring two guns onto a plane. He now faces charges of gun crimes, although he is still presumed innocent until and unless his charges can be proved in a court of law.
A 20-year-old man in New Jersey has been accused of committing crimes involving drugs and weapons. He now faces a number of criminal charges. However, anyone accused of committing drug and gun crimes in the state is presumed innocent until and unless the government can prove guilt in court and beyond a reasonable doubt.
Three men were recently taken into custody in New Jersey for reportedly violating the state's weapons laws. Specifically, they allegedly possessed ammunition and a gun illegally. The men accused of committing gun crimes, who hail from other states, are ages 21, 23 and 41.
A man in New Jersey was recently charged with committing a weapon-related crime against his family members while intoxicated back in July. Rather than going to trial to fight this charge, he decided to take a plea deal. Likewise, other people who are accused of committing gun crimes in the Garden State have the option of pursuing a plea agreement, which may be more personally advantageous than going to trial.
A man in New Jersey was recently sentenced to federal prison for engaging in criminal activity involving a weapon. He received a sentence of 7.5 years behind bars. Gun crimes are serious, which is why having a strong criminal defense is expedient for those facing criminal charges involving these weapons in the Garden State.
Two men in New Jersey were recently taken into custody for allegedly engaging in criminal activity involving weapons. Specifically, police said they were illegally possessing guns. The men accused of committing gun crimes are ages 18 and 19.
A man in New Jersey admitted to taking part in a weapons ring recently. Specifically, he pleaded guilty to committing several gun crimes by helping to sell 100 handguns or more as part of the ring. The gun ring allegedly helped to arm drug dealers throughout the southern part of the state.
A boy, 10, currently faces weapons charges after authorities said he brought a loaded handgun into his school in New Jersey. The boy's father recently claimed that the boy's family feels embarrassed and disgusted at the situation but that his son did nothing wrong besides not reporting this incident to his school or bus driver. Fortunately, when people in New Jersey are accused of committing gun crimes, they are always presumed innocent until and unless their guilt can be proved in a court of law.