answered on Feb 13, 2023
Based upon your question, I am assuming that you are not the applicant but own property within 200 feet of the property for which an variance application has been filed. This being so, you will not lose your home although you may be dissatisfied with the nature of the relief being sought. Check... Read more »
I injured my back while riding my atv and had to call an ambulance to get to the hospital since i couldn't drive. Police came to my home upon the call as they stated they needed to fill out a report for any type of accident called in via 911. The officers stated they were not issuing tickets... Read more »
answered on Jan 10, 2023
Yes they can charge you even up to a year later for criminal cases in Municipal Court. That being said I would suggest hiring a lawyer you may have a defense in this case. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation, I would suggest that you set one up.
Hello, I have a personal injury lawsuit on my hands due to someone falling on my property and having injury due to them not following my walk way and cutting across my property/lawn while working for a Big company. The Case was filed in Superior Court; Civil Division, but in the wrong County.... Read more »
answered on Nov 7, 2022
Yes if you have a lawyer you should definitely advise him of this fact.
They towed my car for expired registration, but once I paid the renewed the registration on the scene , the police officer said now its under investigation. Can they legally do this?
answered on Oct 7, 2022
Unfortunately, at the time they saw the car it was unregistered so yes they could tow it. Luckily it seems you didn't get a ticket for expired registration just the tow.
For example if the town only allows certain firepits do thay have to make the details of what makes a lawful firepit public? If the town has rules for such a firepit but the rules are not available to the public is this legal? Where is legally allowed for this information to be located?
answered on Mar 28, 2022
Depends on the town, but most rules and regulations for the town will be posted as a township ordinance and you may be able to find these online. However for what you are concerned about you may also have to look at the fire department regulations for the town/county/state. I suggest consulting... Read more »
Charging with fictitious plates even when it was active, is it legal or not?
answered on Jan 20, 2022
Sure it is legal for him to give you this ticket. I would suggest that you consider hiring a lawyer if you are guilty of this offense. If not guilty you may be able to handle it on your own, but it still can be tricky.
The Twp says we can’t have an in home day care. But the state says we can in a residential area if we have less than 5kids. But do we have to be registered? That state says it’s optional
answered on Oct 25, 2021
It would be best if you complied with all and municipal requirements and registered with the State.
and part of that agreement is to sign a contract the day before graduating that says either you stay for 2-years or are responsible for paying back all the training costs (equipment/gear/uniforms/salary). If l quit that department to leave to work at another agency that is also PTC, the new agency... Read more »
answered on Oct 24, 2021
Speak to a employment law attorney with experience in this very narrow area of the law.
answered on Oct 22, 2021
We would need to know the circumstances, but yes it can be.
answered on Jun 25, 2021
No, your not allowed to cross the double yellow lines. If this is what your charged with consider hiring a lawyer as a good lawyer should be able to reduce or eliminate the points that this ticket carries here in NJ. Most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer a free in office consultation.
At one of the HOA meetings I attended (virtually) I asked if I could display the American Flag that had the thin blue and red line honoring firefighters and police officers (I have both of these heroes in my family) and one the members of the ARB barely let me finish my sentence before saying no... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2021
This is a complicated question which requires an examination of the organic documents of the HOA as well as a review of the history of the HOA in permitting outside displays. Are front door or outdoor terrace railing displays permitted by the HOA? Are flags permitted to be displayed for Flag Day?
Claims my Ring Doorbell camera is pointed directly at her front door. We live directly across the street from each other
answered on May 24, 2021
I would suggest that you contact a good criminal lawyer as it sounds like you may have some defenses to your case. Most of us criminal lawyers offer free in office consultation.
hello, after reading 2C:12-3 - Terroristic threats
i realized that i am a victim of terroristic threat. i would like to take action against however don't know how or where to start. can you direct me please?
answered on May 21, 2021
If it is currently ongoing or recent you may want to call the police.
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 »
answered on Apr 24, 2021
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.
I have been told that once a developer submits a site plan application they are protected from local ordinance changes or state regulation changes. I read the NJ Municipal Land Use Law as affording such protections only after an applicant receives Preliminary Site Plan approval.
answered on Feb 28, 2021
Generally, the protection is from approval. Often the approvals contain a provision limiting the length of time for protection.
Hopewell Township's (Mercer County, NJ) Public Health Nuisance Code contains the sentence "Wherever there is a question as to the significance of an alleged infraction or the factual existence of an alleged infraction, the prudent judgment of the health officer or other enforcing official... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2021
Speak to an attorney who practices municipal law.
Resulted in my driver's license being suspended, not being able to drive, the new car not being able to be driven, and DMV wanting to fill out forms with process times of 7-10 business days, plus cost of restoration plus daily suspension fees.
answered on Jan 14, 2021
You have an excellent cause of action to file a civil action against the dealership to recover any damages you nhave sustained. Further, you may wish to file a criminal complaint also. However, when demanding payment for damages do not threaten filing a criminal complaint if the dealership refuses... Read more »
answered on Aug 26, 2020
From a procedural standpoint, DCPP gets a call from an anonymous source, school, police department, etc expressing concern for the welfare of a child in your household and it then sends out a representative to investigate. The purpose of the investigation is to determine whether the child is at... Read more »
Is it probable cause to write me a ticket while ot was still a little light out also. If so I'm trying to pull up the price for 1 n hf weeks now and Newark NJ isnt coming up that on the internet and not answering phones.Do you know around what price ? Thank you
answered on Jul 20, 2020
Unfortunately your not allowed to have tinted windows in NJ unless you have a medical exception, they are factory tints or your tints is no more than the legally allowed percentages.
The couple is 13 years apart and the man is of illegal status. Will there be any complications in the process of trying to get married? Also let's say the girl is trying to get a legal status for her parents, will her getting married affect that as well?
answered on Apr 30, 2020
The age difference shouldn't matter. The key for marriage based immigration is that the marriage has to be "bona fide", which means that the marriage cannot only be for immigration purposes. They have to want to be married to each other even if you remove immigration from the... Read more »
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