Immigration and Domestic Violence

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Last Fall of last I appeared on a case in a Bergen County municipal court where my client was accused of an assault on his wife. I met with my client several times and when we went to court the prosecutor held the case in abeyance for 6 months for … Read More

New Jersey DWI Convictions and Alcotest Coordinator Marc Dennis

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Courts now requiring the prosecutor to provide proof that prior DWI conviction was not permissible and that Alcotest device had not been calibrated by coordinator Marc Denis, and to prove so to the defendant. On November 28, 2017, the Supreme Court of New Jersey Ordered that: 1) In any proceeding … Read More

DWI Dismissed With an Assault by Auto on The Town Fire Chief

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I appeared in court on a DWI this week where the defendant was charged a few traffic violations along with assault because his vehicle stuck the vehicle of the town fire chief causing injuries to the vehicle and the fire chief. I represented this same client several years ago for … Read More

Charged With an Indictable Offense in NJ? Retain Counsel As Soon As Possible!

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The Supreme Court of New Jersey adopts a rule making it more imperative that criminal defendants retain counsel as soon as possible. The Supreme Court of New Jersey adopted amendments to Rule 3:4-2(c) making it even more important for individuals charged with indictable offenses in the Superior Courts of New … Read More