I woman accused me of stalking and she provided false info to police implying that I had been following her, when that is not true. She then used the police report as part of a criminal harassment lawsuit against me. In court, she ended up accepting a settlement to drop the charges in exchange for... Read more »
2C:28-4 . False reports to law enforcement authorities
a. Falsely incriminating another. A person who knowingly gives or causes to be given false information to any law enforcement officer with purpose to implicate another commits a crime of the fourth degree.
I was leaving a bar in NJ and had difficulty locating my car in a very large parking lot. A hostess helped me find it and then said she did not want me to drive because she thought I was drunk. I said I was find and left and she threatened to call the police. I drove home safely with no... Read more »
New Jersey domestic violence laws are very strict. A spouse or girlfriend could call the police and if there are any signs of physical injuries the police must arrest the man. Even without independent witnesses and no physical injuries, police may arrest the man....Read more »
What I've received to sign and have notorized reads to me like it's full distribution and I'm releasing all other claims against estate. I can't even find out the value of the estate. Is there an accounting form I can submit to court? I don't have probate case number or any... Read more »
Under New Jersey law it is the duty of the fiduciary [Executor or Administrator] to make arrangements to pay bills and other estate expenses and carry out instructions under the Will. NJSA 3B:23-24 provides the fiduciary shall take a Release...Read more »
Under N.J.S.A. 2C:35-10.5, New Jersey’s Prescription Drug Statute states that it is illegal to carry prescription drugs and other medications without a valid prescription. Also possessing and distributing prescription medication is illegal unless you are a licensed physician, pharmacist, dentist...Read more »
Owner hit subjects vehicle and left the sene. Returning some minutes later. Owner lied and told Police that he was the one hit. He later offered the subject $250.00 for damaged, in front of officer. Subject was arrested and given a DWI. Subject never left the parking lot, Nor was subject... Read more »
DWI 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated includes parking lots
39:4-50 . (a) Except as provided in subsection (g) of this section, a person who operates a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotic, hallucinogenic or habit-producing drug, or operates a motor...Read more »
I was arrested for burglary and while I was incarcerated a detective from a whole different town came and dropped couple new charges on me both cops admitted that I fit the prfile in their investigation which lead to me being pursuit neither towns had warrants literally profiled me because of my... Read more »
2C:18-2 Burglary. a. Burglary defined. A person is guilty of burglary if, with purpose to commit an offense therein or thereon he: (1)Enters a research facility, structure, or a separately secured or occupied portion thereof unless the structure was at the time...Read more »
got my license renewed till last year then the tickets posted again and what do i do now ? i called the dmv in NJ they said pay them a hundred dollars why i took care of the tickets back then i feel like i am being scammed by NJ
Surcharges are fines assessed by New Jersey Surcharge Violation System (NJSVS). Drivers who have excessive points for traffic violations or have been convicted in court for specific offenses such as driving while intoxicated (DWI) are liable for Surcharge. Surcharges are in addition to any court...Read more »
My friend was making a left turn to the parking lot from the right side of the road. It's a raining night and in his turning process, he didn't see that on his right there's a university school bus making left turn above him. He is afraid that there might be a collision so he... Read more »
of the kids get the money outright, but for my dad, he has to go through a trust -- is there any way we can change this now that my grandfather has died? The other two siblings are fine if my dad gets the money outright.
2C:36-1. Drug paraphernalia, defined; determination As used in this act, drug paraphernalia means all equipment, products and materials of any kind which are used or intended for use in planting, propagating, cultivating, growing, harvesting, manufacturing, compounding, converting, producing,...Read more »
NJSA 39:4-50.15 provides for additional criminal penalties for those individuals that are found guilty of a DWI when there is a minor (17 or younger) in the car. That's right, there are penalties for this specific offense in addition to the already severe...Read more »
Boyfriend is disabled & was attacked by 2 former friends at our home. It was not a consenting fistfight, as my boyfriend was standing in the doorway, was dragged outside & beaten & kicked. His 5-year old son was in his bedroom, did not see what happened but heard yelling & knew who... Read more »
2C:12-1 b. Aggravated assault. A person is guilty of aggravated assault if he:
(1) Attempts to cause serious bodily injury to another, or causes such injury purposely or knowingly or under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life recklessly causes such...Read more »
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