Vacating an Old Final Restraining Order in Morris, Essex, and Sussex Counties New Jersey

Final Restraining Orders in New Jersey are permanent and can ruin a person’s life years after the event occurred.  When a temporary restraining order is issued by a judge, the defendant has 10 (ten) days to either retain the services of a private attorney or handle the hearing themselves. Often … Read More

Appellate Court Denies Defendant’s Attempt to Reopen Pre-Trial Detention Hearing

The New Jersey Superior Court denied a defendant’s attempt to reopen a pre-trial detention hearing in a recently published decision.  The defendant did not retain counsel prior to the pre-trial detention hearing and the State proffered a photograph to implicate the defendant during the hearing. The trial court granted pre-trial … Read More

Educating the Community

On Thursday June 22, 2017 I had an amazing opportunity to be on TV5 and ManaTV a Telegu (South Indian) television station, to broadly discuss a variety of legal issues affecting the Indian community in the United States.   It has been an honor to work alongside Ms. Laxmi Devineni … Read More