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Q: Unknown suspended liscense until pulled over by police

I had bought a new car in 2014 and unfort I could not keep up with payments so I need to volunteer to my repo my car. My car insurance ended in March of 2015 as per old ins co and lapsed till July when I turned in the plates (never drove car was out of work and did not receive notices) (possibly... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Mar 16, 2016

You need to retain counsel right away and have counsel contact the Court on your behalf and appear in Court with you. Good luck.

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

i was given permission by one management official to park temporarily unregulated until my second vehicle was repaired and then removed from the premises. i complied with EVERYTHING they asked of me and now a different person on management, responding from a complaint from a tenant who was unaware... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Mar 16, 2016

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.

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

I bought a vehicle about a year ago, inside of it had a handicap placard tag. I never threw it out and kept in the vehicle. A couple days ago I went into a hospital which had regular pay parking meters and I decided to park on one of them with said handicap tag. I was given a ticket with the code... Read more »

H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq. answered on Mar 15, 2016

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... Read more »

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

i am applying for adjustment of status through marriage and when should i send my medical examination results?with i 485 form or i can bring it to interview

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Mar 14, 2016

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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Q: I want to become a lawyer in the state of New Jersey but would like to study in New York can I do that?

because New York and New Jersey have different laws

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Dec 8, 2015

Yes, of course you can do that. I am originally from NYC. I went to law school in NYC and I am licensed to practice and live in NJ. I recommend getting licensed in both NY & NJ. Good luck.

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Q: Is there a 6% limitation on income commissions on an NJ-1041 fiduciary return and can you give me any statutes/citation.
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 8, 2015

This is not a basic question about the law, but requires some research on the part of an attorney.

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Q: My Mother passed away with no will. She has a pending settlement and 2 adult children who gets the settlement?

One of her adult children is in charge of everything conserning her death and affairs. Her other child is a convicted felon and been estranged from her for many years. How do we make sure the felon doesnt get part of this settlement?

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Nov 4, 2015

You write that one of her children is in charge of everything. Has this person applied to the court to be appointed personal representative (executor)? Depending on the intestacy laws in your state (that is, the state where your mother resided), it is quite possible that the other, felonious... Read more »

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Q: can I search a docket number?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 27, 2015

Sure. But what good will that do? Locally, a case is given a docket number, basically only on a single docket. There might be a different docket number for the same case next month. So, will that help? A case number is probably better to look up.

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Q: what is 2C:33-2A
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 10, 2015

disorderly conduct?

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Q: First offense for writing a bad check what can I expect
Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Sep 7, 2015

That will depend on the amount of the check and whether or not there are any other pending charges. Good luck.

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Q: Im dating an 19 yr old& I'm The law say 17&18 is age of consent. Is it meaning parent consent or me consent?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Sep 4, 2015

See the response to your other question.

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Q: Do I need a lawyer for a 2c:29-2a
Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Aug 29, 2015

Resisting arrest is either a 2nd or 3rd degree crime, considering the jail time that can be imposed as well as the damage to your future, YES you need to retain a criminal defense attorney. Good luck.

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Q: What does code 2C-28-7(9)(2) mean?
Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Aug 27, 2015

This is the link to the NJ State Statute that you are referring to, which is Tampering with Public records. If you have been charged with this, you really need to retain an attorney. Good luck.

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Q: I lied to the ADA about a convo concerning a domestic violence case. Its going to trial.Can I go to jail 4 lying?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Aug 26, 2015

Convo? What is that? You have admitted it here. That is evidence. This is a public forum with no confidentiality whatsoever, and they can probably find you, if they want to.

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Q: How years it takes to become a lawyer
Jake Causing Santos
Jake Causing Santos answered on Jun 4, 2012

In NJ, you have to complete college and 3 years of law school (if you are in school full-time) or 4 years of law school (if you are in school part-time). Then you have to pass the NJ Bar Exam.

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Q: I am teaching a new course in a NJ high school for Paralegals. Where can I get some teaching materials/worksheets?
Rodney John Alberto
Rodney John Alberto answered on May 23, 2011

Check out Amazon.com. or Check out the American Bar Association or look at the applicable professional association for paralegals. Or, call lawyers teaching the same course in the county colleges, I'm sure they 'll help you out. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

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