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November 2013 Archives

20-year-old, 2 juveniles charged after Barnegat altercation

In the parlance of New Jersey law, felonies are called "indictable offenses." These charges are prosecuted in Superior Court, and being convicted of an indictable offense can result in serious penalties, including a lengthy jail sentence. Anyone accused of an indictable offense in New Jersey will need an aggressive and strategic defense to achieve the best possible outcome.

Drug and weapons charges follow car search in Jackson parking lot

Three men from Jackson were recently arrested on charges ranging from joyriding to cocaine possession. A police lieutenant approached the men after observing what he claimed was suspicious behavior in a store parking lot, and a subsequent investigation revealed that a car in which one of the men was sitting had been reported stolen by a car rental company.

Toms River man accused of robbing bank with imitation gun

If a person used a toy weapon in the commission of a robbery, that person can still be charged with a weapons crime in addition to armed robbery. Still, in such cases, there could be a range of factors that lead to a reduction or dismissal of criminal charges. In defense of a person accused of armed robbery, it is important to conduct an in-depth analysis of evidence such as surveillance video and witness statements.

New Jersey mom sentenced for simple assault on kids

A 29-year-old New Jersey woman has been sentenced after pleading guilty to simple assault and other misdemeanor charges in connection with a school bus bullying incident. The woman, who had also pleaded guilty to criminal trespass and harassment, was sentenced to a two-year probation term after she reportedly boarded a school bus and struck several other students who had been accosting her daughter. The woman had contended that she did not lay her hands on any other students, according to initial reports from the Associated Press.

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