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  • Prescription Drugs and Driving

    September 27, 2018

    Prescription Drugs and Driving When most people hear about a DUI or DWI charge, they automatically think of alcohol as the culprit behind the driver’s intoxication. While this is often the case, drivers can also be charged with this offense when they are under the influence of other drugs like cocaine, heroin, or prescription pills. […]

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  • Difference Between Shoplifting and Kleptomania

    September 25, 2018

    Difference Between Shoplifting and Kleptomania Incredibly, about 27 million people are charged with shoplifting each year in the United States alone. These crimes cost businesses an overwhelming $49 billion every year. Shoplifting is a very misunderstood crime because a person’s reasons for committing the crime may include pure greed, necessity, or even mental health issues. […]

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  • Why Driving in NJ After Using Weed for Medicinal Purposes is Still Illegal

    August 21, 2018

    Marijuana is slowly becoming legalized around America, but it is far from being a legal right of the people.  Currently, there are only 30 states that allow any legal weed use, while only 9 of those allow it to be used both medicinally and recreationally.  New Jersey is on the list of states that only […]

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  • NJ Gun Laws: The Difficult Process of Getting a Concealed Carry Permit

    August 07, 2018

    Americans have always had the right to own a gun thanks our Constitution’s 2nd Amendment.  But the law says nothing about how easy any specific state must make it to be able to fully exercise this right. New Jersey is one of the most difficult states to live in and be able to legally purchase […]

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  • N.J. Cops Prepare for Weed Legalization by Training to Detect Drugged Drivers

    July 31, 2018

    With the legalization of weed likely down the road, New Jersey police stations are now training their officers to detect high drivers.  Since the testing for most illegal substances on the road is unreliable, this training is especially important to implement. How Are Drivers Tested for Marijuana Usage in New Jersey? Unlike alcohol, marijuana does […]

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  • New Jersey Bus Driver Had History of Suspensions and Tickets

    July 26, 2018

    77-year-old bus driver Hudy Muldrow Sr.’s driving resulted in the deaths of 51-year-old teacher Jennifer Williamson and 10-year-old student Miranda Vargas and 40+ other injured students. Evidence from cameras and witnesses tell the story of the tragedy.  Mr. Muldrow missed an exit, got back onto I-80 going eastbound from Route 206, and attempted to quickly […]

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  • Facts About Shoplifting

    June 19, 2018

    Despite being viewed as a juvenile offense by society, shoplifting is a serious crime that costs businesses millions of dollars a day. Broadly speaking, shoplifting occurs when a person takes merchandise out of a store without paying for it. Courtrooms, judges and store owners do not believe shoplifting is a victimless crime because the costs […]

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  • New Jersey Marijuana Statistics

    June 14, 2018

    Marijuana has been at the center of a renewed debate about states rights versus federal oversight over the past several years. The federal government still prosecutes individuals that possess, distribute or grow the plant, yet several states across the country have implemented contradictory laws about the substance. New Jersey is one state where the legality […]

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  • Expansion of Medical Marijuana Coming to New Jersey

    June 04, 2018

    Medical marijuana has picked up speed in numerous states across the country in recent years and New Jersey is expected to make it easier for doctors to give prescriptions for medical marijuana and expand access to medical marijuana overall. The New Jersey Governor says he is planning to broaden the medical marijuana rules to allow […]

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  • Moorestown Incident Leads to Man Being Arrested for Heroin Possession and Shoplifting

    June 01, 2018

    Being accused of any crime is a serious situation and one that calls for the insight of a lawyer as soon as possible. The weekly activity report recently shared by Moorestown police indicates that a man was arrested for heroin possession and shoplifting on March 5. According to the police report, a man was remanded […]

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