A misdemeanor conviction can have far-reaching effects on New Jersey residents. People may most feel these effects when they apply for a job. It can sometimes be more difficult to gain employment when people have a misdemeanor on their record and it is important for people to understand how they can overcome this obstacle.
Shoplifting is one of the most common crimes that people may not think is a big deal. However, there are serious consequences to stealing from a store or shop that you or your children might not consider. Our team at the Law Offices of Michael T. Nolan, Jr., can answer the questions New Jersey residents may have regarding the penalties that can arise from a shoplifting conviction.
If you are a New Jersey resident who has been charged with trespass, you need to know exactly what you are accused of having done. New Jersey has several trespassing laws, and one of the most interesting is that of defiant trespassing.
It is usually difficult, at least at first, for an individual accustomed to the legal language of other states, or to a more generalized popular terminology, to understand the definitions and gradations of crimes in New Jersey. This is due in part to the fact that the state uses an indictable and non-indictable classification rather than a misdemeanor and felony system. Here are some of the special challenges that face an individual accused of a non-indictable offense in the Garden State, such as theft under $200, assault, shoplifting or a traffic violation.
If you have been a licensed driver in New Jersey for any length of time, you know that there are many things that may ultimately lead you to have your driving privileges suspended for a while. If this happens, it will be important for you to know how you may get your license reinstated.
Whether you have been a licensed driver in New Jersey for a long time or are newly licensed here, you will likely know that the state can and does track any type of traffic ticket you receive. As explained by the State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, the repercussions on your record of a moving violation will depend in part upon the reason for the violation.
If you are like most everyone else in Ocean City, then at some you point, you have likely had to try and come up with a good answer for the question “Do you know what the speed limit is on this road?” Yet there may have been times where you legitimately did not know how to respond due to a lack of familiarity with an area or a failure to have the speed limit clearly posted. In such an instance, you may justified in questioning an alleged violation. Understanding what the expected speed limit is in a certain area may help you in contesting the claim that you were speeding.
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.
New Jersey residents are generally familiar with many things that may result in them being charged with criminal offenses. Shoplifting, spousal abuse and driving after drinking too much are a few examples. However, there may well be some things that people would not think about as criminal actions that may well be. While the charges might be minor, they can nonetheless be criminal and be on a person's record.
Have you received a letter in the mail from the State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission saying that your driver's license has been suspended? If so, you are not alone. You are also not alone if you are surprised by this fact. It might feel hard to believe but it is true that you can be notified of something like this that has a pretty major impact on your daily life by a simple letter in the mail. What can you do when this happens?