I was pulled over, and arrested for obstruction of justice, resisting arrest, and assaulting an police officer. This case went to the Bridgeton Superior Court where all charges against me were dismissed by the prosecutor as soon as they looked at the evidence. I would like to sue for retaliation,... View More
Hello My name is Sean Moore I was the victim of Assault and battery by the police 3 years ago. They broke my jaw in 3 places and my nose, they tried to place as many charges on me as possible to justify it and as a result I went through 30 months of probation. I was given this only because my... View More
A cop pulled up behind me while i was sitting in my car talking to my girlfriend. He made me and my girlfriend get out of my car and wanted to search my car and made me perform a field sobriety test. He did not pull me over while i was driving, we had just gotten in the car and were about to leave... View More
Each case is fact dependent, just because your car was on for over 3 minutes does give him the right to stop you as it is a violation of the law,but not the right to test you for a DWI, he would have needed some other articulable reason.
The amount of time a police officer can wait to call in a K-9 unit during a traffic stop can vary based on the specific circumstances and laws in your jurisdiction. Generally, officers must have a reasonable suspicion or probable cause to believe that there's illegal activity or contraband in...View More
New Jersey law recognizes defense of oneself as justification for conduct that would otherwise be considered criminal. One thing that many people seemingly fail to realize, however, is self-defense is not self-executing. This means that a person can be charged, for example, with assault even if he...View More
If you're under surveillance by the police, you might be curious to see the police report that led to it. However, police reports are considered law enforcement records, and access to them is regulated by state laws. So, you may not have an automatic right to see the report that initiated the...View More
My husband grew up in New Jersey and left when he was 16 . He never obtained a driver's license in this state, but had a non drivers ID His wallet was stolen when he was 15 that had is SSN card and a state non drivers id. Upon his father's death he came back to his childhood home.... View More
This is an important question, and the explanation I would like to offer is somewhat difficult to write here is all the necessary details. I would mention, however, that when anyone is issued a ticket a New Jersey, the Motor Vehicle Commission generates a license number for that person. To resolve...View More
No for several reasons. The right of quiet enjoyment means that no one can enter your apartment without your permission. The only exception is when there is an emergency situation such as pipes leaking water or gas. Secondly there is no self help for residences, any action to evict as tenant can...View More
As of July of 2022, I was granted an FRO from a Bergen County judge against my ex. This past Friday, my ex went to the Little Ferry precinct and showed officers a fake text from the judge stating that the FRO was lifted and he was allowed back into my home. They believed him and allowed him to come... View More
I would contact the domestic violence office for the county courthouse where you obtained the restraining order and ask if you can file an application with the court for a violation of the restraining order and when they say that you should report it to the local police, tell them that you want to...View More
We cancelled while still health emergency on 12/31/22 but venue states they will Sue us if not able to rebook and they of course kept our 5000 deposit. What should I expect or am I able to get out of this? I also do not have a copy of any signed contract only deposit copy and an email from venue
This is a very fact sensitive situation. If the modifications result in loud noise that disturbs other reidents, the Landlord can and should demand that you remove the modification. This is pursuant to the lease provision of quiet enjoyment which imposes a duty on the landlord.
To fight the DWI you will need a DWI lawyer. When you find out who used your name you will need a civil litigation lawyer to sue that person. Most of us DWI lawyers offer a free in office consultation during normal business hours.
The officer only saw it when I pulled my window down can I fight it. And i also got a ticket by the same officer for failing to not stop at a stop sign when I locked both way before moving and did come to a complete stop
We would need to know more information to properly answer your question. But you are not allowed to have the phone in your hand while driving unless to turn on or off a function of the phone. Even for that however, many judges will still find you guilty these are tough tickets to win without a...View More
I am currently living in Jersey City, NJ. In Nov 2021, several NJ state police officers searched my home ("Unit #1") and arrested me for two possessing/distributing criminal charges. During the search and arrest, the police officers didn’t show me neither the search warrant nor the... View More
Yes a civil attorney can help you but unfortunately most will require you to pay a retainer and pay their hourly rate. A few that I know of will reduce the hourly rate if you give them a percentage of the case but they are few and far between.
I am pretty desperate to find someone who can help me with my situation. I live in an apartment. I have had an issue for over a year now with my neighbors chain smoking. They recently did renovations on all of the apartments. It made it worse. They did not do a good job and my apartment is filled... View More
Every lease is deemed to include the provision of quiet enjoyment. This places a obligation on the Landlord to insure that the premises are safe and not unhealthy. So if the Landlord refuses to take any action to correct the situation, consider filing suit against the Landlord for breach of...View More
Discovered wife was cheating, she went manic (untreated PTSD, etc.) with some sort of postpartum psychosis, made false allegations (domestic violence & harassment). TRO was dismissed but wife uncooperative under civil restraints, canceling visitations, firing supervisors, continuing to lie. I... View More
Your question does not clearly state whether this matter is a MD or NJ matter. I cannot speak to MD law, but if this is a NJ matter, you would need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to file an enforcement motion for the civil restraints. In addition, especially if you are a public...View More
The answer is it depends on the facts of the case but if a parent was required to be present at all times, then a guidance counselor would not be able to speak to any child. If your child has been charged or you think he may be charged with something, setup a consultation with a lawyer. It may...View More
The answer is it depends on the facts of the case but if a parent was required to be present at all times, then a guidance counselor would not be able to speak to any child. If your child has been charged or you think he/she may be charged with something, setup a consultation with a lawyer. It...View More
It could be. How large is this employer? How many employees are there in total that received raises? Were your co-workers employees longer than you were with this company? Do they have the same type of job as you do? The employer must be able to articulate the reasons why you were not treated...View More
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