The placard was just until her handicapped license plates came in. I’ve been a cop for 16 years and our whole department was under the impression to let them be. Unfortunately I guess som people have no compassion for those that need our help anyway i think i have the law on my side , what is... Read more »
No a municipal ordinance is not considered a disorderly persons offense, but can carry jail just like a disorderly persons offense. The only real difference is that a municipal ordinance does not have a criminal record attached to it. Either way you should always have a good lawyer whenever you...Read more »
A few months ago, I received a summons for a property I no longer owned. At that time, the case was thrown out. I just received, NOT a summons, but a letter stating my court date changed and it references this previous court case and states that the case was 'disposed.'
after I tried to reactivate my LLC I discovered I could not if it was cancelled. not knowing I had a condo under my LLC and now that I am under contract I need to obtain clear title. I was hoping a lawyer can do a quick claim deed but I am not sure if this is the best solution to my problem. it... Read more »
You cannot transfer any asset into an LLC that is not active. Your situation will require an in person consultation with an attorney who can review all documents and see what the solution is. If there was a mortgage on the condo, you could have violated the "Due on Sale Clause" which is...Read more »
As a minor, what New Jersey laws protect my online privacy and to what extent can school search my online history/see? Are they allowed to see what I did and possibly use it against me to hurt me etc? Can they keep my info? Or does it vary school by school. I need to know for my project Thanks a... Read more »
Several factors can apply but most information posted on the web is public and you have no right to privacy for most public information. If you need more specific information you will need to take an appointment with a lawyer which most will charge you for.
Best to ask your public defender, because we don't know the facts of your case, which you should never post online or your prior history which are all important in determining what result you will get. But you face up to 180 days in jail, loss of your drivers license for 6 months, probation...Read more »
You need to immediately hire a good lawyer your looking at possible jail, loss of your drivers license for at least 6 months and fines. Not being the driver is a defense, but obviously already the police don't believe you, otherwise you wouldn't get a ticket and chances of someone else...Read more »
Electronic Monitoring people are refusing to bracelet him even with a written order from the judge. Todays excuse after taking the $80 money order to pay for the week "We are out of bracelets" he is not getting out today again. Had no problem taking the money for it though. He was told by... Read more »
She lives on Camden Police pension and VA disability pension with no savings. She has reverse mortgage probably with negative equity. How can she get out of the property ownership and avoid being continually fined for it's violations.
I was told no. This is a Brick TWP. Municipal code is an extension of a curfew violation. An example of Loitering 1A would be, The front of or in the neighborhood of any store, shop, restaurant, luncheonette, tavern or other place of business without limitation.
I was arrested for a municipal ordinance violation in 9/2015 and granted a conditional dismissal in 12/2015. I was told the charges would be dropped as long as I did not get into additional legal trouble for one year. I met with a probation officer once (can't remember when, probably also in... Read more »
You probably need to go to the court and get a certified disposition in most cases but you should not be doing this yourself, you should hire a lawyer to do this for you, or at least advise you on what is proper to be done.
I had a sealed water bottle of about half of liquor. I was on line to attend to a frat party whe then cops stopped me when I was holding the bottle of water. He asked me if that was alcohol and I didn’t know what to say so I looked at my friend. Then the cop started to yell at me. I wasn’t... Read more »
If you put alcohol in the bottle it was no longer sealed it was an open container under the law. Because you have not given a violation number we cannot tell you the penalties you face and what can be done. That being said if it is a 2C charge you bugged problem is not the fine but possible jail...Read more »
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