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NEW CASE PERMITS RELIEF FROM MEGAN’S LAW FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS

Posted by Daniel Rosenberg on May 17, 2018

NEW CASE PERMITS RELIEF FROM MEGAN’S LAW FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS Most people view “Megan’s Law” as an umbrella term, but it classically refers to two (2) restrictions: First, there is “Registration and Notification of Release of Certain Offenders,” which generally requires individuals convicted of certain sexual offenses to be classified and registered with the State. …

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NEW CASE PERMITS WEEKEND SENTENCES FOR DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED

Posted by Daniel Rosenberg on April 18, 2018

On April 12, 2018, the New Jersey Appellate Division issued a decision that dramatically alters the sentencing provisions of N.J.S.A. 2C:40-26, Operating a Motor Vehicle During Period of License Suspension (Fourth Degree). Ordinarily, driving while a license is suspended is a motor vehicle ticket, albeit one of the more serious tickets in New Jersey.  However,…

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Marijuana Legalization in New Jersey

Posted by Nathan Mammarella on April 9, 2018

The Department of Justice’s approach to prosecuting state marijuana cases was abruptly changed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Jan. 4, 2018. Up until then, the Department of Justice’s official policy was to focus on marijuana enforcement on organizations that: sell to children engage in violence sell illegally under state law However, in Sessions’ memo…

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Easier Criminal Record Expungements in NJ

Posted by Nathan Mammarella on January 5, 2018

New law changes in NJ will make it easier for a petitioner to have their record expunged. This new law takes effect on October 1, 2018.

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Possible Outcomes for Criminal Defense Cases in New Jersey

Posted by Daniel Rosenberg on October 26, 2017

New Jersey does not have “Felonies” or “Misdemeanors”. Rather, New Jersey characterizes its criminal conduct as “Crimes” (Felonies) and “Offenses” (misdemeanors). Criminal charges are heard in the Superior Court, Law Division and are more serious than non-criminal charges, which are heard in the Municipal Court where the offense occurred.

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Rosenberg, Perry Named ‘Top Attorneys’

Posted by Daniel Rosenberg on September 7, 2017

Daniel Rosenberg and Robert Perry of Daniel M. Rosenberg & Associates were named two of New Jersey’s industry icons in SJ Magazine’s Top Attorneys 2017. The annual feature highlights peer-nominated attorneys based in Southern New Jersey who are doing standout work in various legal fields.

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Nurse Arrested: A Lawyer’s View on Alex Wubbels’ Arrest

Posted by Robert M. Perry on September 5, 2017

In a news story that has now gone viral, University of Utah Hospital nurse Alex Wubbels was arrested, although never charged with a crime, after refusing the demands of Salt Lake City police detective Jeff Payne’s demands to draw blood from an unconscious driver who was involved in a head-on collision.

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New Jersey Bail Reform FAQ

Posted by Robert M. Perry on August 10, 2017

Answers to Your Questions About New Jersey Bail Reform

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Ed ‘NJ Weedman’ Forchion & New Jersey Bail Reform Law

Posted by Daniel Rosenberg on July 12, 2017

Half a year into the new New Jersey bail reform law, and already the new law is being challenged in court. This week, on July 12 and 13, Edward “NJ Weedman” Forchion will appear in Mercer County Court for a bail detention hearing.

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Turner Ruling Sets Questionable Precedent

Posted by Robert M. Perry on July 10, 2017

In Turner v. U.S., approximately 10 defendants were alleged to have brutally raped and murdered a woman shopping in the District of Columbia in 1984. The prosecutor used the testimony of two co-defendants and an eyewitness to paint a picture of a large group attacking the mother of six. Turner, along with several other co-defendants, was convicted.

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