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September 2015 Archives

Drivers' license suspensions in New Jersey

Many different traffic violations can lead you to lose your right to drive in New Jersey. Drivers' license suspensions and revocations can be ordered after a drunk driving conviction or another type of misdemeanor charge, including a petty misdemeanor or a gross misdemeanor. These situations can be problematic indeed and if you are facing this, you should understand how it might work.

Appeal leads to new trial in murder case

People who are accused of serious felonies in New Jersey can understandably feel scared and unsure of their futures. Whether a charge is for murder, assault, arson, burglary or something else, penalties can be stiff and have long-lasting impact on a person's life. However, it is important for defendants to remember that the laws allow people to appeal trial decisions.

What happens if you refuse a breath test?

If you or someone you know has been arrested on drunk driving charges in New Jersey, you understand how difficult this situation is. If you have not been arrested for a DUI charge but want to protect yourself in case you are ever stopped, this is wise. Not having the right information up front can get you into more trouble down the road. This is particularly important when it comes to refusing a breath test.

DUI guidelines for truck drivers in New Jersey

Most in Ocean County may believe that avoiding a DUI charge is relatively easy as long as they do not place themselves in a position where they would need to drive after drinking. Yet would avoiding such a scenario be as easy if driving was a major part of one’s job? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are over 1.7 million people employed as commercial vehicle drivers in America. These drivers are held to different standards while on the road. The same holds true when it comes to the guidelines regarding drunk driving.

Examining Schedule II substance administration guidelines

Many of those in Ocean County with whom we’ve worked with here at The Law Offices of Michael T. Nolan, Jr. have come under scrutiny for the administration of prescription drugs. As a healthcare practitioner, your use of medications, particularly Schedule II controlled substances, in the treatment of your patients may come into question. Schedule II substances include common medical narcotics such as morphine, codeine, fentanyl, and oxycodone or hydrocodone. When prescribing these drugs to your patients, you are often placed in the difficult position of trying to balance their need for pharmaceutical relief with the potential for misuse.

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