Most people in New Jersey understand that car accidents are just that: accidents. There typically is no intent on the part of those responsible for these incidents to cause any harm or property damage. Yet that lack of intent does not change the fact that these...
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How are penalties for drug charges determined in New Jersey?
An arrest for a drug offense in New Jersey could result in harsh consequences, including substantial fines and serious jail time. The penalties for a possession arrest often vary, and there are several factors that can affect the level of the charge and the court’s...
What are New Jersey’s comparative fault laws?
As a New Jersey motorist, understanding state vehicle accident laws can help you gauge your options if you find yourself involved in a car wreck. One such law, known as comparative fault, can particularly affect any personal injury case you pursue. According to the...