Preparing for a Restraining Order Case in Bergen County

Restraining orders are used to protect domestic violence victims from the person or people who committed or threaten to commit violence toward them. They are often issued in emergency situations, in which case the standards to prove the need for a restraining order are a bit more relaxed. However, there are still minimum amounts of… [read more]

Accused of Rape in NJ: What Charges You Could Face

In New Jersey, there is no separate crime of “rape.” Instead, rape accusations fall under a broader category known as “sexual assault.” There are various levels of sexual assault, the most serious of which is “aggravated assault assault.” There is also a lesser offense referred to as “criminal sexual contact,” which may be issued in… [read more]

Determining the Degree of a Drug Charge in Bergen County NJ

Drug charges can be confusing. Perhaps you have been caught with only a small amount of drugs but are being charged with a felony. You may be left wondering how that could be. Here’s how you determine the degree of your drug charge if you have been arrested in Bergen County or elsewhere in New… [read more]

Detention Hearings in Bergen County NJ

If you or someone you love has been arrested and is currently being held jail in Bergen County, there will be an upcoming detention hearing where a judge decides whether you or your loved one will be released. It is important to understand the way bail works in New Jersey since the implementation of bail… [read more]

Arrested on a Warrant or a Summons in Bergen County NJ

Have You Been Arrested in Bergen County, New Jersey? There are two general ways that criminal defendants are called into court in Bergen County, NJ. You can either be arrested on a warrant or issued a summons after an arrest. These two distinct ways to be arrested in a criminal case occur for different reasons… [read more]

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If you've been charged with a criminal offense, disorderly persons offense, or traffic / DWI violation, you have the right to an attorney who will defend you against your charges and fight for your best interests. To learn more about how your attorney can fight to have your charges dismissed or reduced, click a link below to see our video library of legal defenses and strategies.