Analyzing the Cosby Case from a Due Process Perspective

When the Me Too movement arose in 2006, the first face of the movement was Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer whom over 80 women accused of sexual assault and similar sex crimes. While he was eventually prosecuted and imprisoned, the movement’s second big-name accused was Bill

If you have ever wondered how someone that steals a piece of fruit from the grocery store does not face ten years in prison or if someone convicted of homicide does not face 6 months in jail, it all comes down to the way an offense is graded. Grading occurs by degree of severity.

Charged with Eluding Police in Morris County?

If you have ever been pulled over, you know that feeling. Your stomach sinks as you glance in the rearview mirror blasted with blue and red flashing lights, probably followed by a siren if you have not noticed the lights soon enough. Maybe you know what you did,

Arrested in Morris County NJ – What if they Didn’t Read me my Rights?

Most people know that if they’re arrested they will be informed about their rights at that point in time, but the entire experience of being arrested can be very confusing and is a lot to take in at once. Understanding Miranda

Defense Lawyer Representing those Facing Criminal, DWI, Domestic Violence, and Violations of Morris County Coronavirus Order

Even though things have changed quite a bit, not just with courts in the U.S. but in New Jersey, crimes on the books can still lead to you being charged by the police. If you are accused of committing

If you have been arrested or charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) or unlawful possession of a weapon, you may be overwhelmed and confused. Often, it is difficult to understand why drivers and passengers in the same vehicle were charged with possession no matter where the illegal item was found. The

Police Can Search Your Vehicle in NJ: Here’s Why

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Every person in New Jersey should be able to be secure in their vehicle, meaning that your car is protected from unreasonable searches and seizures. This is not a blanket protection, however. Instead, it is limited so that police officers can search your car ONLY IF