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Electronic monitoring during parole

If you have been arrested or convicted of a crime in New Jersey and part of your sentence includes time in jail or prison, you may want to learn about your options for parole at some point. As explained by the State of New Jersey, there are many different types of parole and multiple groups that manage parole in the state.

Use of police body cameras

Police body cameras are not necessarily new but have been growing in use over the past several years. Many citizens may not even be aware of the fact that an officer has a camera on their body because these items can be quite small and discreet. It is important for anyone who interacts with law enforcement to know about this and know when a body camera might actually be used.

Sheriff's department to investigate domestic abuse claims

Many people in New Jersey may sometimes feel that the law only applies to a select few. In particular, some may believe that members of law enforcement agencies themselves are not as liable to be charged with crimes and may act in such a manner as to indicate their belief that they are above the law. This, however, is simply not true. The law applies equally to all persons in New Jersey and it is very possible for a police officer or member of a sheriff's department to face criminal charges.

New Jersey's definition of domestic violence

If you have been accused of allegedly perpetrating an act of domestic violence against another person in New Jersey, you may well be confused by this. To many people, a domestic violence charge would include some type of physical harm like hitting or beating a person. If you did not do anything like this, you can understandably be confused by the allegations. Knowing how the state law looks at domestic violence will be important for you when preparing to defend yourself against such charges.

Multiple charges levied against man

New Jersey residents who may be concerned about being arrested for a criminal offense should learn that sometimes being stopped for one incident may actually result in them being accused of multiple offenses. These situations can be very unnerving and make a defendant wonder if there is any hope of defending against so many charges. At this time, keeping a focus on the fact that the law does provide such an opportunity is important.

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