If you're pulled over by police for any reason, you may have a big question on your mind: Does the officer have the legal right to search your vehicle?
In the state of New Jersey, just the same as the rest of the country, driving under the influence is a serious crime.
No matter how hard you try, there could come a time when you receive a ticket for a traffic violation. While this is not always a huge deal, you need to learn more about what went wrong and your options for moving forward.
Heavy workloads, exhausting schedules, financial stress, the pressure to maintain a social life and keep your grades up -- all the while keeping an eye on the job market ahead -- can put anyone on edge.
On the same night that a man caused a fatal accident while driving under the influence of drugs, he was also involved in a hit and run crash.
Summertime in New Jersey often includes a lot of coming and going to various beaches, restaurants, concert halls, parks and other public event venues, as residents and tourists alike gather with friends and family for a little fun in the sun. There's nothing like a little rest and relaxation to energize and rejuvenate your mind and body.
A new school year is upon us. For many parents, this means their child is heading back to college (or leaving for the first time).
Drunk driving is something that can lead to a lot of issues. While many drivers think that they can make it home safely, they underestimate the effects of the alcohol.
Drunk driving is a very serious criminal charge, but not without good reason. The fact is that vehicles are capable of causing serious property damage and catastrophic or even fatal injuries, and thus the improper use of cars and motorcycles can cause not only death or injury to oneself, but also to other drivers. Because of this, it is understandable that the law and law enforcement officials take dui accusations so seriously. However, if you are accused of a DUI, it is important for you to remember that you still have rights.
Drunk driving charges are extremely serious criminal charges that can lead to fines, license suspension or even jail time. Being convicted of drunk driving may not only affect your social standing and your permanent record but may also affect your ability to drive at all. However, there are certain factors that may make a drunk driving conviction even more serious, leading to enhanced penalties.