NJ DWI Laws Change Effective 12/1/2019

Effective December 1, 2019, New Jersey dramatically altered its D.W.I. laws. Penalties have been reduced or modified in many circumstances. Our attorneys appear in courts throughout the State to represent people on D.W.I. charges. Call to speak with one of our experienced D.W.I. defense attorneys to learn how the new laws can affect you if you are charged with driving while intoxicated.

Preparing for the Worst

In these troubled times, having your estate in order is a must. Many people believe that they do not have enough assets for them to need a will or other testamentary documents. No one likes to talk about their own demise, or the need to plan for times when they may be ill or incapacitated. However, having documents like a Power of Attorney, a Living Will, and your Last Will and Testament updated and current will help you and your family to get through tough times. Even if you have existing documents, they may need to be updated or revised. Speak to one of our attorneys about the documents you might need.

Marijuana Possession in NJ

You may have heard about pending changes to NJ’s laws regarding marijuana. It is important to understand that possession of marijuana in New Jersey is still illegal. If you are charged with possession of marijuana, you can face severe penalties under the current law including the loss of your driving privileges and incarceration. Speak to one of our attorneys to review your case if you have been charged with possession of marijuana.