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How to Handle IDRC Non-Compliance Matters After Pleading to a DWI in New Jersey

In the state of New Jersey, a program titled the Intoxicated Driving Resource Center (IDRC), is the required program for anyone that pleads guilty to a DWI. The program requires mandatory Alcohol and Highway Safety Education courses that are typically 12 to 48 hours for first offenders. In addition to the mandatory courses, IDRC conducts Read More

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Arrested at “The Hunt”? What to Do Next

The Far Hills Steeplechase will take place this year on October 21, 2017. “The Hunt” as it is called has made a name for itself in the last few years due to the drunken debauchery that occurs at the yearly horserace. The event, which is intended as a horse race, has evolved into an exciting Read More

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New Jersey Law Requiring Enforcement Agencies to Update Their Social Media Accounts Regarding Acquittals or Dismissals

Governor Chris Christie signed a New Jersey bill requiring the Attorney General and the county’s prosecutor’s office to remove information or update public statements from the internet after the acquittal of a prosecuted individual. The new law known as A1945, will take effect on September 1st, 2017. Press releases from the Office of the Attorney Read More

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New Jersey Bail Reform Act

Bail as we know it in New Jersey is going to change starting in January of 2017. The Pretrial Services Program, abbreviated PSP, aims to assure court appearance of a defendant, and on a larger scale, to limit the potential for obstruction of the criminal justice system in the state of New Jersey. PSP is Read More

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Drug Evaluation & Classification Programs

“The drug recognition expert procedure is a systematic and standardized method of examining a suspect to determine: 1) Whether the suspect is impaired; and if so, 2) Whether the impairment related to drugs or medical condition; and if drugs, 3) The category or combination of categories of drugs that are the likely cause of impairment” Read More

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Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act (SASPA)

Unfortunately, college campuses have a high rate of sexual assault and crime apparent within the college culture, but with the passing of a new law, victims now have a much more accessible way of seeking protection against their sexual offender. Here at the law office, Eric Morrell has knowledge of the new law regarding nonconsensual Read More

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Stops and Searches in New Jersey

How a Change in the Law Affects You Can a Police Officer Search Your Car without a Warrant? Many of our clients are approaching us with questions about a change in the law in regard to motor vehicle searches. Apparently, many police officers are informing our clients that they are now allowed to search a Read More

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