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Posted July 28, 2020

Going to a peaceful protest? Know before you go. Your intention may be peaceful, but sometimes things go awry at these events. A peaceful protest may morph into a full-fledged riot resulting in injuries, legal trouble, or worse. If you…

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Posted May 21, 2020

While there is currently no hard data for shoplifting incidents during the coronavirus pandemic, some retailers and merchants are saying they’ve seen a surge in shoplifting in recent months. Many retailers are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and…

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Posted April 29, 2020

Since early March 2020, New Jersey has faced an escalating public health crisis that has already changed our lives in drastic ways. It’s inescapable on the news and permeates our everyday life. Our movements have been limited, businesses closed, and…

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Posted March 31, 2020

Jury trials and other court proceedings, as well as some arrests, have been suspended in New Jersey as the state tries to deal with the deadly coronavirus pandemic by “social distancing,” or limiting physical contact among groups of people. We…

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Posted February 26, 2020

Every year, it seems like the annual St. Patrick’s Day party gets bigger, more fun, and wilder. Millions of Americans enjoy celebrating Irish heritage, Catholic traditions, and green beer each March. It can be a lot of fun, but sometimes…

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Posted October 29, 2019

In some circumstances, police officers may be able to summon police dogs to a traffic stop. The reasonable and articulable suspicion that the officers possess at the time will be the deciding factor. Police officers are permitted to conduct a…

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