Without knowing more information I would have to defer to the standard answer which is he will probably be doing a stint in jail if convicted because it's mandatory on these charges. I suggest hiring a good lawyer to see what if anything can be done to win or reduce the charge.
New Jersey does not have felony or misdemeanor classifications, but other states would consider it a felony as you faced 3 to 5 years in jail for a third degree crime and most states consider a felony anything over 6 months possible jail.
Yes it can be done but just like anything else it needs to be properly drafted. I suggest hiring a good lawyer to represent you and if the other party isn't represented make sure they have a lawyer on their side as that is how most of these prenuptial Agreements are invalidated.
It is a small LED dash bar light with only a white light that has a variety of different strobe patterns that is used merely for photoshoots and car shows as I own a car that I often take to car shows and photoshoots. Can I have it mounted on my windshield (without turning it on) and drive on a... Read more »
2 the guy walked in back of him and my husband sort of back kicked him but did not make contact he turne to look at the guy and the guy repeadly punched my husband in his face and head , his neck fracturing his nose fracturing his cheekbone 2 black eyes swollen on whole face needless to say the guy... Read more »
It seals your record from certain parties such as the general public but law enforcement the courts etc and certain governmental agencies can still see it. Sometimes it is actually better on your record to keep the dismissal rather than expunge as this shows your dismissal and you can still get...Read more »
Yes a conviction for criminal mischief could subject the offender to a period of jail time even if a first time offender, BUT many defense exist especially for first time offenders to avoid jail time. If charged make sure that person has a good lawyer, most of us criminal defense lawyers offer a...Read more »
Maybe I guess that would be a question for the court to be litigated. But my inkling would be to say yes if you are considered an essential employee which police and fire are generally definitely considered as such.
I am a restaurant owner and my restaurant is located in a mall of Jersey City, NJ. There is a huge impact for my business due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Especially, striating 3/12, the mall has a close order by the local governor. Currently, the mall is still close. And we already paid for this... Read more »
Generally if no prostitution is involved etc, it is a disorderly persons offense which comes with a criminal record, up to 180 days in jail, fines and probation. Thus yes, I suggest hiring a good lawyer.
I reside in NJ where but i was doing work in NY, where a county specific license was required to do home improvement. I have a court date and i need to know what kind of lawyer i should find. I didn't qualify for a public defender.
He passed in Puerto Rico and I live in New Jersey and his son has recently contacted me asking me to send him my original birth certificate but no other information. He hasn’t told me if there is a will or not. What should I do?
In general. Its a third degree offense so you could go to jail for 3 to 5 years. Thus I suggest hiring a good lawyer. Most of us criminal defense attorneys offer a free in office consultation. I would suggest that you set one up so we can look at your charges and determine exactly what you're...Read more »
Unfortunately the passage of 32 years does not matter when computing how many priors you have. Thus 1988 will count as your first offense and now you have a 2nd and 3rd offense. A third offense shoplifting charge carries with it a mandatory 180 days in jail (assuming the amounts for the third...Read more »
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