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Careless Driving and Reckless Driving

Careless Driving and Reckless Driving – Is There a Difference?

There is a Difference between Careless Driving and Reckless Driving.  Careless Driving and Reckless Driving have distinction and significantly different consequences faced by a driver charged with one or both of the offenses.  If you are convicted of Reckless Driving you are subject to imprisonment for up to 60 days (first offense), a mandatory assessment of

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DUI Blood Test Without A Warrant

DUI Blood Test Without Warrant Approved by Court  The general rule of law in New Jersey is that a warrant is required before police can request that blood be drawn from a DUI suspect for purposes of testing for blood alcohol content.  However, when it comes to the law, there are always exceptions from the

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HOW A COURT MAY INTERPRET A TRUST

A Court May Interpret a Trust Beyond the Document’s Plain Language  interpret a trust  In the Matter of the Trust of Violet Nelson, the New Jersey Appellate Division re-affirmed its position that a court may use outside evidence to interpret a trust by looking at the intent of the trust creator. In the recent New

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juvenile record expungement

Juvenile Record Expungement – What you need to know.

Juvenile Record Expungement can Include an Entire Juvenile History.  A juvenile record expungement application can be made 6 years after the latest adjudication & completion of supervision. Any juvenile adjudication of delinquency (the equivalent of an adult conviction) can be expunged in, essentially, the same way that an adult conviction can be expunged. That means that

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FIND THE RIGHT DUI LAWYER TO FIGHT FOR YOU

Find the Right DUI Lawyer to Fight  Finding the right lawyer to fight your DUI is best accomplished by no less than a good, old-fashioned, word-of-mouth referral from a trusted source.  But, if such a referral is unavailable, you will need to do some homework. First and foremost,  look for an experienced DUI lawyer. Experienced

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inherited property

INHERITED PROPERTY: EJECTMENT OF FAMILY

Inherited Property  Sometimes an Executor is faced with ejecting family from inherited property. When an executor or estate administrator must remove occupants in inherited property, legal guidance for an ejectment action may be required. If your siblings or other occupants, oftentimes family members, refuse to leave the home, such as after your parent passed away, there

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