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Woodland Park NJ Police Arrest & Charge two with Robbery

Robbery Lawyers in Little Falls New Jersey Robbery is one of the most serious charges in the New Jersey criminal code. If convicted of robbery in Passaic County or elsewhere in New Jersey, you could be sentenced up to twenty (20) years in a State prison and fined up to $200,000. To make matters worse, the offense of robbery falls under the No Early Release Act. The No Early Release Act or NERA requires a Defendant serve at least 85% of their sentence before the can become eligible for parole. For more information ...

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Heroin & Marijuana Distribution Charges Issued in Wayne, New Jersey

Heroin Possession Lawyers in Wayne, New Jersey When a Defendant is charged with the unlawful possession of heroin in Wayne or elsewhere in Passaic County, New Jersey they are facing life changing penalties if convicted. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C;35-5, which is the governing statute in New Jersey for possessing heroin, a Defendant will be charged with a third degree indictable (felony) offense provided the quantity of heroin is less than 1/2 ounce. If convicted of a third degree felony heroin possession charge in Passaic County, a Defendant faces up five (5) years in ...

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Eluding & Aggravated Assault Charges issued in Clifton, New Jersey

Eluding Defense Attorneys in Clifton, New Jersey The team of Clifton New Jersey eluding lawyers on staff at the Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall have the experience and knowledge to successfully defend your rights. Eluding in New Jersey is a felony matter. It can be either a second or third degree felony depending on the facts of the case. The difference between a conviction for a second degree eluding and a third degree eluding could be the difference between a ten (10) year prison sentence and a probationary sentence, possibly even acceptance ...

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Clifton Warehouse Worker Robbed at Gunpoint

Robbery Lawyers in Clifton New Jersey Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1, robbery can be either a first or second degree felony. If convicted of a first degree felony in New Jersey, a Defendant could find themselves facing up to twenty (20) years in a State Prison. Conversely, a Defendant convicted of a robbery in the second degree is facing up to ten (10) years in a State Prison. To make matters worse, robbery also falls under the No Early Release Act, which in essence requires a Defendant to serve at least 85 % of their prison ...

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Heroin & Burglary Charges Issued in Wayne NJ

Burglary Defense Lawyers in Wayne NJ Burglary is either second or third degree felony in New Jersey. The difference between the two could be the difference between a ten (10) year prison sentence and admission into the Pretrial Intervention Program. In addition, most Defendant’s charged with burglary in New Jersey also tend to find themselves facing criminal mischief, theft and trespassing charges as well. For more information on the offense of burglary please checkout our Wayne, New Jersey burglary practice series by clicking the link. In addition, if you would to discuss this ...

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