Our law firm represents individuals charged with different crimes and offenses in the state of New Jersey. Many of these allegations pertain to what the Garden State classifies as “indictable” offenses. Indictable offenses are heard in New Jersey’s Superior Court, but prior to indictment the state may attempt to resolve the matter through a plea […]
Our law firm represents students charged with different crimes and offenses in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. While many of these cases are minor compared to many of our adult cases, they are nevertheless important, especially to the parents of these students. A criminal charge and a possible conviction can stay with a young adult long […]
In the past, most vehicles on the roads and highways ran on gas but today, there are vehicles which run on electric, natural gas, solar, and a combination of fuel sources.
In New Jersey, if an underage driver’s BAC is .01 or more, but less than .08, then license suspension is
Police need probable cause to search your car but they don’t need a search warrant; warrantless searches are allowed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
If you do speak to police and then later attempt to challenge the admissibility of that statement, keep in mind that most courts
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is what is known as a ‘shall issue’ state for concealed carry licenses.
Drug Delivery Resulting in Death in Pennsylvania – Why the Prosecution Doesn’t Need to Prove an Intentional Killing
This is a unique charge as it does not require the Commonwealth to establish an intentional killing beyond a reasonable doubt!
Recent protests in and around Philadelphia have created a potential legal situation for those on both sides of the issues related to racial discrimination, Christopher Columbus in South Philadelphia, ranging from summary to felony offenses.
There is a presumption in Pennsylvania that deadly force is justified and that it is immediately necessary if the person against whom force is used
Despite continued executive order in Pennsylvania and New Jersey to maintain face masks, social distancing and groups beyond 25, local police must deal with protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Riots are occurring around the country and unfortunately, in the city of Philadelphia, along in its surrounding Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, Chester […]
If you’re charged with a drug crime in New Jersey it is very important that your attorney discuss if your matter falls under a Brimage eligible offense.
A gathering by itself allows police to investigate the group meeting and possibly even issue a citation.
Is a business required to open its door during the COVID shutdown if the local, state or federal government knocks on it?
Many small business owners believe that it is simply not economically feasible to close their doors for a month without losing their businesses entirely. They want to operate despite the shutdown order
Confinement in a county, state, or federal facility often create the ideal environment for the transmission of contagious diseases like COVID-19.
Many Philadelphians have accused Krasner of offering “sweet” deals but plea offers aren’t uncommon and are made for many reasons
Our criminal defense law firm represents individuals charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving under the influence (DUI) in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. While most people typically associate a DUI/DWI with alcohol, it can also involve legal prescription drugs and as well as illegal drugs and narcotics. Pennsylvania, under Title 75 Section 3802(d) […]
Waiving your Preliminary Hearing – How does it limit your defense options and strategy in Pennsylvania?
A preliminary hearing is your criminal defense lawyer’s first opportunity to challenge the evidence against you.
The Franks decision allows criminal defense attorneys to challenge search warrants if they believe police knowingly