Underage Drinking and Driving Restrictions
Posted by Scott Gorman - May 5, 2017
When you first got your license as a teenager, the ability to drive probably opened up a whole new world to you. You could get yourself to and from school without the bus, you could go to football games and … Continued
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Published in Categories: Juvenile Defense




Lewdness Charges
Posted by Scott Gorman - April 28, 2017
There are many criminal charges that can follow you long after you’ve completed your community service, served your time in jail, and paid your fines. Even if you have changed and have stopped living a life of crime, the fact … Continued
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Published in Categories: Criminal Defense




Driving Drunk and Fleeing the Scene
Posted by Scott Gorman - April 21, 2017
Everyone knows that driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol can lead to some serious criminal charges, not to mention the danger that intoxicated driving puts the driver and others in. Drunk driving is responsible for hundreds of thousands … Continued
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Published in Categories: DUI / DWI




Driving Without a License
Posted by Scott Gorman - April 14, 2017
At a traffic stop, the police officer will routinely ask for your driver’s license and your vehicle registration, to prove that you are legally allowed to drive, and to confirm that the vehicle you’re in actually belongs to you. Driving … Continued
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Published in Categories: DUI / DWI




You Have The Right to Remain Silent – But What Comes Next?
Posted by Scott Gorman - April 7, 2017
Thanks to the abundance of crime dramas on TV every night, almost everyone in the country is fairly familiar with their Miranda Rights, or at least the opening lines: “You have the right to remain silent…You have the right to … Continued
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Published in Categories: Criminal Defense




Too Bright: When Can the Police Stop You for Using Your High Beams?
Posted by Scott Gorman - March 29, 2017
Driving in the dark is dangerous as it is, especially in areas where there are no streetlights and few other drivers on the road. It can be hard to see what’s ahead of you or around you, and in these … Continued
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Published in Categories: DUI / DWI




Credit Card Fraud
Posted by Scott Gorman - March 27, 2017
After the holiday season, credit card transactions are some of the last things people want to think about, especially if their lists for gifts and parties rivaled Santa’s naughty and nice list. But credit card fraud is a fairly common … Continued
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Published in Categories: Criminal Defense




Appeals in Criminal Court
Posted by Scott Gorman - March 24, 2017
If you’ve been convicted of a crime in New Jersey and a judge has issued your sentence, you may still have a few opportunities to have the case reconsidered in court. Most judicial decisions can be appealed, but a thorough … Continued
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Published in Categories: Expungment




Juvenile Waivers in New Jersey
Posted by Scott Gorman - March 22, 2017
Most cases involving accusations that minors have broken a criminal law are handled in family court, where there is an emphasis placed on rehabilitation rather than punishment for younger offenders. However, some juvenile crimes are serious enough to be tried … Continued
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Published in Categories: Juvenile Defense




Distribution of Date Rape Drugs
Posted by Scott Gorman - March 20, 2017
There’s a widespread push to stop the use of date rape drugs across the country, especially on college campuses, where unsuspecting students could be roofied and raped practically anywhere. Due in large part to the college culture—in which many students … Continued
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Published in Categories: Drug Posession