Especially since they are legally still under a kinship legal guardian because they didnt graduate yet because they have learning disabilities and their legal guardian took them to the police department under false pretenses and did not give consent to be interrogated alone which should mean the... Read more »
The issue is not whether the police can question the individual but whether the information provided to the police as a result of the interrogation is admissible or can be used in a criminal court proceeding.
You need to sit down with a "certified civil trial lawyer by the NJ Supreme Court" to discuss your legal rights. This is obviously not a family law question but a matter involving the potential for a civil lawsuit for damages. If you run a search for a lawyer, type in the information...Read more »
It sounds as though you want to file a writ of habeas corpus, and attorney fees vary by lawyer and complexity of a filing, so your best option is to speak to several attorneys who actually do that work to get an idea of price. Not all criminal attorneys have experience in filing habeas claims and...Read more »
This is a Civil case that must be filed in Superior Court, Law Division. As someone who has successfully handled a significant number of these cases, I can make some statements with a very high degree of certainty, which is good news for you. It is extremely rare that any Home Improvement...Read more »
Whether a person can work in a Delaware school district is a question for someone familiar with Delaware law, but in terms of expungement, if the offense is eligible for expungement under all of the other variables, the 5 year waiting period begins at the completion of probation.
The No Early Release Act is a an entire category of offenses and many of the crimes on the NERA list are completely ineligible for an expungement, so it depends on which offense. That said, a person can only have one indictable conviction expunged, so a conviction for a 2nd degree Certain Persons...Read more »
This is nj appellate division. Ruled in favor of inmate.
Is it a bad sign that the higher court sees a problem with the decision and want to rule against appellate court. He won first part of appeal and hoped he would soon be released. But now worried about supreme court
The new marijuana bill provides for the recreational use of marijuana under 6 ounces and paraphernalia. As a result of the new marijuana bill, the Attorney General issued a directive mandating the dismissal of all pending marijuana charges and vacating all prior convictions for marijuana. Your...Read more »
This is my fifth misdemeanor shoplifting offense. The prosecutor offered 90 days jail time and would not consider a lesser no jail sentence. All of my misdemeanors including this one are over a year old and I have not been in trouble since. I have mental disabilities that caused the shopliftings... Read more »
Shoplifting is a bit unusual among NJ theft crimes in that it is subject to mandatory penalties, even though it tends to be a lower degree of indictable charge or even a disorderly persons like you are referring to. A third or subsequent shoplifting charge of any degree is subject to a penalty of...Read more »
My husband has been using drugs, and acting erratic. He's made suicidal references. He is diabetic and not taking care of himself. He has called our small children curse words. I want to know, since he owns MANY guns, in a safe I have no access to, how and what anonymous actions I can take to... Read more »
1. I would write down the specific behavior changes you have noticed with your husband in the past 6 months and how those changes have become more erratic ( and using specific examples with dates and time if possible) and why that behavior is causing you fear for your husbands actions having access...Read more »
Its generally it is a part of drug court as it is the evaluation part. That being said if you want to get drug court that means you have been charged with a crime and thus yes you need a lawyer to make sure you get the best result.
my fiance found a plastic pellet gun down the cushion of a chair in the resort and casino room that we were staying in, he took it to security who called the local cops who arrested him charged him w certain person and possession, the casino took his photo and banned him then security came up to... Read more »
If one owns up to the gun the other persons lawyer may be able to convince the prosecutor to reduce or drop the charges especially if the case is weak. That being said one gun can be the possession of two people so they may be able to prove the case and may not care if one of the parties owns up...Read more »
Additional facts may be needed to provide a thorough answer. The short answer is no. If you sought legal advice from your friend and he provided it, a confidential attorney-client relationship is formed even if you never hired your friend to represent you. All communication with him that falls...Read more »
You really need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to obtain a Final Domestic Violence Restraining Order against him and contact the municipal prosecutor to file criminal charges against him. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a...Read more »
It really is going to depend on the exact nature of the charges and how they were resolved. If it was a clean dismissal with expungment of the arrest, maybe. But I can see "anger management" getting flagged as a mental health exception. Without a criminal record there is nothing to...Read more »
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