New Jersey Felony Crimes Either Presumptively Require Prison Time or Not To lower the state prison population and unclog the court system, New Jersey legislators proposed a two-tier system categorizing offenses as having a presumption of incarceration, meaning that a prison sentence was required or a presumption of non-incarceration for less serious crimes. To presume […]

In-Depth Manual for Reinstating Firearm Rights in New Jersey: Laws, Causes Of Rights Revocation, And Legal Solutions Today, when many of us think of our rights in the United States, we assume they cannot be stripped away. However, under certain conditions, in some instances, our rights can, in fact, be revoked. In New Jersey, the […]

PSA Assesses Defendants for the Risk of Pretrial Flight and Community Danger, Presuming the Right to Freedom During Defense Preparation When a person is charged with a crime in New Jersey, a judge has to determine if they will be released pending trial and, if the person is released, under what conditions. According to the […]

In the Context of Divorce, Heightened Emotions May Lead to Charges for Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders, Which Can Have Serious Consequences. The process of divorce can lead to heightened emotions that result in altercations, even if a couple has decided to split amicably. Domestic violence committed against a spouse can take many forms, including […]

Comprehensive Overview of Pretrial Identification Procedures in NJ Criminal Cases Before charges are pressed formally against someone, pretrial identification is used to identify the perpetrator of a crime.  Pretrial suspect identification methods include fingerprinting, line-ups, photo arrays, and spectrographic voice examination. Pre-trial identifications and lineups can be valuable pieces of evidence, but their validity is […]


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