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Man in New Jersey facing major criminal defense problems

A trip to Walmart wound up not only changing the rest of one man's day, but his entire life. The man will likely be focused on preparing his criminal defense as he faces serious allegations regarding theft and leaving the scene of an accident. The 27-year-old is currently behind bars on bail set at $5 million.

Immigrant facing deportation and criminal defense issues

Many New Jersey residents understand what it's like when one problem exacerbates another. For instance, an immigrant who winds up facing legal trouble for one thing may also encounter related issues that affect his or her general residency status. Sometimes, strong criminal defense representation helps resolve such problems. One man, who happened to be living in another state without proper documentation, is currently facing multiple problems regarding impending removal and an indictment more than a decade old.

Prior criminal defense issues revisited upon immigrant's arrest

A family outside New Jersey whose main breadwinner also happens to be an undocumented immigrant recently rejoiced when the father/husband was finally released from a detention center. They will obviously never be able to recapture the six months' time they lost together as a family; however, they say they're happy to have the head of their family back under their roof. A prior criminal defense situation appears to have had something to do with the man's arrest.

Criminal defense ongoing in New Jersey carjacking case

News reports are often filled with acts of violence and wrongdoing. As a result, the New Jersey public has become more vigilant in watching out and protecting themselves. Additionally, local law enforcement officers remain on the lookout for possible concerns and are usually quick to respond when there is a perceived problem. For those charged with such acts of violence or wrongdoing, a strong criminal defense will be needed in answering to such charges.

ICE arrests lead to need for criminal defense

Fear is a part of everyday life for some in New Jersey. They are fearful that they or a family member will be deported and no longer able to live in the community in which they have raised their children and called home for a number of years. For many of these individuals, the fear of being charged with a crime heightens this deportation fear. If this were to happen, in addition to needing a criminal defense, the individual would need someone familiar with immigration policies as well.

Charges of conspiracy and forgery require criminal defense

Every day, individuals across New Jersey buy and sell cars. Sometimes they buy from a dealer; sometimes they buy from an individual. Most of the time, these transactions require some form of financing; sometimes they are cash transactions. In all cases, however, the title is transferred to the new owner and filed with the proper agency. The need for a criminal defense in any part of this normal, everyday occurrence is not readily apparent.

New Jersey doctors provide criminal defense to bribery charges

Whenever possible, New Jersey doctors are in the business of making people well again. In order to do so, they typically examine the patient to determine the problem. Many times, additional tests are needed to provide an accurate diagnosis. Doctors should be able to recommend facilities that they believe will provide the appropriate service without fear of needing to provide a criminal defense.

What if I violate my probation?

When you are given probation instead of being sent to jail, your natural reaction may understandably be to breathe a sigh of relief. However, not going to jail does come with multiple obligations that you have to meet during the term of your sentence. If you end up not meeting these probation obligations in New Jersey, the consequences can be major.

Every murder is a homicide, but not every homicide is a murder

Do you use the words homicide and murder as if they mean the same thing here in the United States? Many people make this mistake. In legal terms, the two words mean different things. The definition of homicide includes any person killed by another person, but that death might not necessarily fall under the definition of murder.

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