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October 17, 2016

Have you been arrested for theft or shoplifting? These criminal charges can be scary and confusing. You could be looking at a fine, probation or jail time. Our lawyers in New Jersey have decades of experience in criminal law and can help you. Learn more about your potential penalties in this video:  

If you’ve been arrested for theft or shoplifting, please call our experienced criminal defense...

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October 06, 2016

It’s important for you to know your rights when you’re arrested. This is why it’s mandatory for a police officer to read you your Miranda Rights. Unfortunately, your criminal charges can’t be dropped if they fail to read you your rights, but our New Jersey attorney, Michael Noonan, explains how this could help your case in this video: 

If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, call our lawyers in New Jersey today at ...

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September 29, 2016

How Drug Charges Work in Jersey City | Criminal DefenseJersey City is one of New Jersey's largest cities. The Jersey City Police make arrests for various violations of the law including drug offenses. Depending upon the specific drug and/or amount, penalties for drug offenses can range from probation to more than ten years in prison.

Drug offenses include possession of:

  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine...
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September 23, 2016

What Do Criminal Mischief Charges Involve? | Jersey CityNearly everyone has a night or two in their life where things get a bit out of hand. Sometimes those situations can turn into criminal mischief charges and land you with a criminal record and possibly jail time. Criminal mischief in New Jersey mostly involves intentional vandalism, trespassing and/or property damage. These charges come with hefty...

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September 19, 2016

A final restraining order requires you to be fingerprinted and will revoke your right to possess a firearm. You will also be registered on a domestic violence list. Violation of a temporary or final restraining order can result in future prosecution and severe penalties. Our lawyer, Ryan Clark, explains the consequences of restraining orders in this video:

If you’ve been served with a temporary or final restraining order, call our lawyer in New...

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September 14, 2016

Did You Get a DWI in Wall Township? | Monmouth County, New JerseyWall Township is a large municipality located in Monmouth County, New Jersey. The township has a population of over 25,000 people. Additionally, many of the major roadways in Monmouth County run through Wall Township. Wall borders multiple shore towns with a large number of bars. It is therefore a municipality that handles a significant number of...

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September 13, 2016

If you’ve been charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance for having prescription drugs, our lawyer in Jersey City can handle your case. Attorney Charles Clark discusses your options in this video:

If you’re facing drug charges, please call Clark & Clark in Jersey City today at 732-303-7857to schedule your consultation...

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September 09, 2016

What to Do After a Drug Possession Charge | Jersey CityDrug possession charges often carry a mandatory minimum sentence set up through the federal government to target drug manufacturers and distributors, but this jail time also affects first time offenders. Our criminal defense lawyers can help you fight your drug charges and reach the best possible outcome whether it’s dismissal of your charges or a...

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August 25, 2016

How to choose a criminal defense lawyer in New JerseyCriminal defense cases are some of the most complicated areas of the justice system. The odds are often stacked against you, especially if your criminal charges and penalties involve a DUI/DWI, violent crime or sexual assault. It’s important for your criminal defense lawyer to be well versed in these cases as these crimes...

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August 17, 2016

The actions you take or don't take when pulled over for a DUI will have a profound impact on your DUI/DWI criminal defense case. If you have been drinking, you may think that refusing a breathalyzer is a good idea, but this can result in added offenses. New Jersey has an "Implied Consent" law, which means if a police officer had probably cause to pull you over for drunk driving, then you are required to take the breath test.

Our attorney, Michael Noonan, can...

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