Certified Criminal Trial Attorney

Non-Serious Arrest Records in FBI Databases

FBI Databases Maintain Information on Defendants Arrested for Non-Serious Offenses It appears that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has not been doing much to identify and erase nonserious crimes that are included within their colossal database that is used most often to conduct background checks. Federal regulators, as well as a federal court order […]

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Traffic Stop with a Concealed Weapon

NJ Lawyer Fights for Rights of Motorists Stopped by Police with Concealed Firearm in Car If you are in possession of a legally licensed handgun and you are pulled over by a police officer, there are some important tips to remember that will help prevent the situation from becoming confrontational and potentially dangerous for you […]

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Impact of Criminal Conviction on Child Custody

Criminal Convictions Can Negatively Impact Child Custody Rights A state court in Connecticut surprised many earlier this summer by allowing a parent charged with a serious criminal offense — hiring a hit man to kill her husband — to plead guilty to a lesser offense and retain custody of her child. The Stevens Case In […]

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Former Tennis Star a Victim of Mistaken Identity

Former Tennis Player James Blake Receives Apology for Being Tackled by NYPD Officer Apologies were made to former Olympian and tennis star, James Blake, by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton after Blake was tackled and handcuffed outside a hotel as he waited for a ride to the U.S. […]

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Report on Drone Laws

Federal Drone Laws Evolving In the ever-evolving world of technology, the era of the drone is beginning to emerge around the globe. Before we know it, drones may become as popular as smartphones. The new advances in the cyber world are sure to bring challenges, as well. If drones fly too low they can cause […]

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