Your first step should be to hire a good lawyer you looking at 5 to 10 years in jail with the charge that you've mentioned. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation I suggest you set one up to get protected
Before calling a NJ lawyer, try Goggling "usury interest rates in new jersey." Warning: As in most states, there may be several different usury rates governing civil contracts for businesses and individuals, as well as several more criminal usury rates for business and individuals in New Jersey.
My husband was charged with AGG ASSAULT-ATTEMPT/CAUSE BI W/DEADLY WEAPON PURP/KNOW 3rd degree, POSS OF WEAPON FOR UNLAWFUL PURPOSE-OTHER WEAPON 3rd degree, and UNLAWFUL POSS WEAP - OTHER WEAPONS 4th degree. His first court date is June 20th and I believe its just for processing. We did speak with a... Read more »
It could help, it could hurt depending on what your write as for what you should write that would depend on the facts of the case. I suggest setting up a consultation with an attorney if you don't know how to write it or what to say but expect that attorney to charge you for his time and advice,...Read more »
A second degree theft by deception charge has a presumption of incarceration for 5 to 7 years even for first time offenders. But a good lawyer may be able to reduce or elimate this for you so pick a good one to get the best results.
You really need to seek an in person consultation where the attorney can see all the paperwork to give you a proper answer, but expect to pay for the attorneys time as that is not part of the normal criminal free in office consultation.
He had multiple charges as a juvenile for carjacking, arm robbery, consp to commit carjacking, burglary, theft and three years ago he was charge Invasion of privacy cyber harassment, he was on probation and he went to a group home for therapy which he completed. When they waived him to the adult... Read more »
Due to the serious nature of the crimes he is probably not eligible. A lawyer would need to review his case however to give you an answer more than just a probable. However expect to pay that attorney for his time (hourly rate) to evaluate the case as you are seeking legal advise and attorneys...Read more »
Put it this way the 2C:33-2A is an offense which will give you the chance of jail, probation and a fine. If you make less than 125% of the poverty level even the judge will appoint you a lawyer called a public defender and this is because it is a petty disorderly offense and as I said you can be...Read more »
You need to immediately hire a good criminal lawyer. This is still a criminal offense in NJ and will give you a criminal record in addition to the other fines and penalties you face which includes jail for up to 180 days, loss of license for 6 months (longer if found in a car) probation and a fine...Read more »
Maybe much more information would be needed to tell you what your chances are. either way I suggest you set up a consultation with a good lawyer and get represented as it's increases your best chances of getting the best result.
This is a criminal offence which you should never discuss online or over the phone today, because it can be traced right back to you and thus to her. Set up a consultation with an experienced criminal lawyer that's your best bet to get the right Advice. It may cost a few bucks to discuss the...Read more »
The present charges 2C:35-10A(1), 2C:35-5A(1), 2C:35-7.1A, 2C:35-7A...and individual has priors, including a 2007 "Agg.Assault",3rd degree/2C:12-1B(7). Question, is defendant eligible for "special probation"?...
Your new attorney would be the best to answer this question as we know nothing about your case. If you want a second opinion, you can always go to another attorney but expect to pay for the advise at the attorneys normal hourly rate, as the attorney would need to take about 1 to 2 hours of time to...Read more »
Having drug paraphernalia is a criminal / disorderly persons offense in New Jersey and you face up to 180 days in jail, thousand-dollar fine, and probation as determined by the court. Many defenses exist for these types of cases. Thus I suggest you hire a good criminal lawyer. Set up one of the...Read more »
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