Autumn has begun and many New Jersey residents are happily recalling the fun they had this past summer. Others, however, may have had the best intentions but wound up facing legal problems that prompted a need for strong criminal defense support instead. Any number of things can go wrong during summer vacation that lead to court hearings and worries about possible convictions.
A man in New Jersey was recently taken into custody for reportedly killing a woman. Specifically, police said he stabbed a woman multiple times. The man now faces a weapons charge and a murder charge. He will likely need a strong criminal defense in light of the serious charges he faces.
A New Jersey woman and her boyfriend may soon face charges of misusing funds raised through the popular website GoFundMe. Although neither has been arrested yet, police recently searched the couple's home and confiscated at least one of their vehicles. They are expected in court soon, and may already be considering possible criminal defense strategies.
A man in New Jersey was recently taken into custody for reportedly pointing scissors at another man. The man is also accused of refusing to allow the victim to leave a house for over two hours. The arrested man would likely benefit from a strong criminal defense in light of the weapons charge that has been filed against him in connection with the incident.
If you receive drug charges, you owe it to yourself to build a strong defense. These charges can dramatically alter your life's trajectory and may set you on a destructive course that is exceptionally difficult to overcome. Even if you look at your charges and think that there is no way to fight them, you probably have more options than you realize. You must begin the work of scrutinizing the charges and building your defense as soon as you can.
Kidnapping is a serious offense in New Jersey. It doesn't seem to happen often. When prosecutors do bring such serious criminal charges, the nature of the penalties if a conviction is won can be significant.
Driving under the influence in any state can get you into a lot of trouble. New Jersey is no different, though the legal system here tends to take an approach to enforcement and prosecution that some might call less harsh.
In most circumstances, probationary terms come along with a conviction for a criminal offense. The terms of probation can often be tedious and difficult to manage. As you are trying to get your life back together after a conviction, you might accidently forget about a meeting with your probation officer. Another way you might violate the terms of your probation is by crossing state or county lines without permission. Regardless of how you violate probation, the consequences are usually serious.
The man arrested in the death of his girlfriend made his first court appearance on Tuesday. The man made the court appearance via video conference. He is suspected of murdering his girlfriend back in December in Atlantic City. He is a native of Atlantic City and is due back in court Thursday for a detention hearing.
People come from all over the East Coast to enjoy Atlantic City. Like Las Vegas, Atlantic City offers all kinds of legal (and illegal) entertainment for those seeking a good time. For some people, having a good time could have serious negative consequences. Getting behind the wheel of a car after having a few drinks at the casino could end up costing you a lot.