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How a DWI/DUI in Another State Affects Your NJ Driver’s License

How a DWI/DUI in Another State Affects Your NJ Driver’s License

September 8, 2017

Charged with a DWI/DUI? Did you know not only does the state you are in impose penalties, but your residency state of New Jersey may also? Do you know your rights as an out-of-state driver? Here are the two agreements listed on the State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle website you need to know about:…

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New Distracted Driving Law in Effect for NJ July 23, 2017

New Distracted Driving Law in Effect for NJ July 23, 2017

July 11, 2017

New Distracted Driving Law for NJ Targets Texters A new state law in New Jersey that goes into effect on July 23, 2017 takes stronger measures to crack down on distracted driving, specifically focusing on those who text while driving. With the help of the #77 hotline that the state initially set up to report aggressive or drunk…

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What is Drug Court?

What is Drug Court?

May 11, 2017

Drug courts act as an alternative to the traditional criminal justice system. They allow for a more collaborative relationship between criminal justice officials and drug treatment professionals. The typical drug court program entails close supervision of the offender, frequent drug testing, several court appearances, and a strict treatment and recovery process. Drug courts are limited…

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Dimon Wins DUI Dismissal With Holup Motion

Dimon Wins DUI Dismissal With Holup Motion

November 26, 2013

By J.P. McCormick, Summer Associate Edward J. Dimon, Managing Partner of Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, L.L.C., recently accomplished a very rare legal feat when he defended a client against unfounded allegations originating from a client’s refusal to take a Breathalyzer test and instead demanding that his blood be drawn because he was so…

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New Jersey’s Top Rated Lawyers

New Jersey’s Top Rated Lawyers

July 26, 2012

The 2012 edition of “New Jersey Top Rated Lawyers” is now available and our firm has six attorneys named in a variety of areas of law. All lawyers listed are AV Rated. Appellate Law – Ronald E. Prusek Business & Commercial Law – Stephan R. Leone, Edward J. Dimon & Neil Brodsky Civil Law –…

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New Amendmant to Statement read to DWI Arrestees

New Amendmant to Statement read to DWI Arrestees

July 9, 2012

The Attorney General’s Office has revised the statement police officers make to those driving under the influence and for refusing to submit to a blood alcohol test. The law regarding driving under the influence has not changed, however the statement now clearly defines each of the consequences for refusing to submit to a breathalyzer test.…

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The Call for a Nationwide Ban

The Call for a Nationwide Ban

December 16, 2011

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has called for the first-ever nationwide ban on driver use of personal electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle. The NTSB was drawn to this conclusion following their most recent investigation of an accident in 2010 that resulted in 2 deaths and a total of 38 persons injured. There…

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Expandsion of NJ Drug Courts

Expandsion of NJ Drug Courts

December 8, 2011

On November 28th, Governor Chris Christie signed Executive Order Number 83. The expansion of the New Jersey Adult Drug Court Program, with demonstrated statistics of reducing recidivism, will be the main focus of this order. Initially, judges in two counties will have the authority to sentence offenders to treatment programs, such as drug court, instead…

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“Freeze” your Credit to Prevent Identity Theft

“Freeze” your Credit to Prevent Identity Theft

November 25, 2011

By now, most people are familiar with the threat of identity theft and the uses to which the thieves might put your stolen identity. This includes using your personal information to charge goods and services on a new bogus credit card. There are the usual preventive measures you can take, such as keeping personal information…

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Ocean County’s Nonviolent and Violent Crime Rate

Ocean County’s Nonviolent and Violent Crime Rate

November 22, 2011

Every year, the State of New Jersey releases the Uniform Crime Report. The latest release of this report contains 233 pages and analyzes the crime that occured in 2010 in a number of categories and in a county by county display. In Ocean County, nonviolent crime increased by 8% while violent crime decreased by 1% from the previous…

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