New Jersey Uncategorized Questions & Answers

Q: Under U.S. Code Title 18, Section 1716, under (g), who is permitted to purchase an automatic knife under points:1,2,3,&4

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Answered on Nov 26, 2018
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
In NJ you cannot have a switch blade knife or gravity knife. I suggest you refrain from testing the law.

Q: Would it be illegal for me to add two spotlights to the front of my car.

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Answered on Jul 27, 2018
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
The illegal use generally comes from using the lights not putting them on the vehicle for cosmetic purposes.

Q: A psychiatrist’s letter says I am fit to own a firearm can they deny on “would not be in the interest of public safety”

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Answered on Mar 26, 2018
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
They can definitely try to deny you as they do many other people for almost no reason. If so you need to appeal, which can be very costly. IN NJ they really don't want people to have weapons.

Q: When applying for a firearms ID card in N.J. what is the technical definition of an “alcoholic.”

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Answered on Mar 24, 2018
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
Biggest thing you have to worry about is any alcohol related charges such as DWI, Possession of Alcohol as a minor etc, etc.

Q: Hello

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Answered on Mar 24, 2018
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
That is not a question.

Q: If there is a correct address on my search warrant but the rest of the paper has an incorrect address, what effect it h

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Answered on Dec 6, 2017
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
If your not in a good spot get a lawyer, a good criminal lawyer would need to review the search warrant to tell you whether it would allow you to throw out the search.

Q: Why was I told there was 2 points to be added to my driving abstract for statute 39:4-94.2B violation in NJ. The judge

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Answered on Mar 25, 2016
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
Generally this is a no point ticket but you should always check with NJ MVC the phone number is available online. Lastly the judge can always fine you from $50 to $200.00 on these tickets when you go to court.

Q: Can I as a soon to be college student move out without my parent's consent being 17?

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Answered on Mar 25, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
NO, you are not emancipated. You need to work out your differences with your parents. Good luck

Q: Can a buyer in NJ legally prepare a contract in a FSBO, or must it be done by the Seller/Seller's Atty?

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Answered on Mar 25, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
It should be done by the Seller's attorney. All parties to a real estate transaction need to be represented by their own counsel.

Q: Can a buyer legally prepare an Agreement of Sale in a FSBO, or must it be done by the Seller/Seller's atty?

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Answered on Mar 25, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
It should be done by the Seller's attorney. All parties to a real estate transaction need to be represented by their own counsel.

Q: I purchased a foreclosed house that was advertised as connected to a public sewer.

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Answered on Mar 20, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
You should look to retain a legal malpractice attorney. More specific information is required to advise you on the rest of your questions. Good luck.

Q: This is in regards to surplus funds after sheriff sale and judgement liens in the State of NJ

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Answered on Mar 20, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
The only way to rally provide you with meaningful advice is for you to have an in person consultation and a document review of all the relevant items. Only that way can you know for certain. Good luck.

Q: What is 2C:33-4a

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Answered on Mar 20, 2016
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
Harassment: and it is a very

inclusive charge. It is one of the most common offenses

charged in Municipal Court and it is broad and wide ranging

in the conduct it can encompass. Harassment is sometimes charged

as a downgrade charge to many offenses such as

simple assault, domestic violence, and even theft or

shoplifting. Harassment can be charged with the offenses

mentioned above or separately and many times follows

with...

Q: What is 2C:33-4a

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for New Jersey on
Answered on Mar 20, 2016
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
Harassment: and it is a very

inclusive charge. It is one of the most common offenses

charged in Municipal Court and it is broad and wide ranging

in the conduct it can encompass. Harassment is sometimes charged

as a downgrade charge to many offenses such as

simple assault, domestic violence, and even theft or

shoplifting. Harassment can be charged with the offenses

mentioned above or separately and many times follows

with...

Q: in PA is there an attorney review period where either party can change the terms of the agreement within 3 days

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Answered on Mar 17, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
You need to ask this question in PA, not NJ

Q: Is the owner of a 3family house required to install window guards if the owners live in the house?

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Answered on Mar 17, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
This will vary according to town ordinances. Call the code enforcement dept. Good luck.

Q: Unknown suspended liscense until pulled over by police

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Answered on Mar 16, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
You need to retain counsel right away and have counsel contact the Court on your behalf and appear in Court with you. Good luck.

Q: can my managament tow my vehicle with valid handicapped plates and placards

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Answered on Mar 16, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
It is not a question that can be answered on a simple yes or no basis. Your handicaped plates and placards do not protect you from parking in a way that breaks the law. Good luck.

Q: What is the fine for using someone else's handicap tag on a regular parking spot meter in NJ?

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Answered on Mar 15, 2016
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
This appears to be a municipal code violation not the state violation so you would need to lookup the statute number in the town that you received the ticket and look at the penalty listed. If the statute involves jail I suggest that hire a good lawyer traffic and criminal lawyer. Some towns and judges are very strict with these tickets, others not so and just charge a fine. Good Luck

Q: i am sending form i485 should i send medical examination result with it or bring it to interview?

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Answered on Mar 14, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
Here is a link to the instructions to form I 485. https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-485supainstr.pdf

you should retain counsel to handle this matter for you.

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