Sparta man, Dover man face drug charges

Observing a male hand off something to an occupant of a vehicle before walking off led to the arrest of a Sparta man and a Dover man on drug charges, police said. James Damico, 26, of Sparta, was charged with third-degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance, specifically MDMA, commonly known as ecstasy or Molly,…

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How to Find a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Being charged with a crime can lead to serious consequences. One may have to face jail time and wind up with a criminal record which can affect his/her job prospects. A criminal arrest requires the immediate assistance of a qualified criminal defense attorney to secure the best possible outcome. However, finding a good lawyer can…

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DWI Penalties in New Jersey

DWI is a punishable offense in New Jersey. If a person has a BAC (Blood alcohol concentration) of 0.08% or above, he or she can be charged with DWI. The penalties for DWI depends on the severity of the charges and ranges from suspension of license to fines, surcharges, jail time, and community service. 1st…

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Information about DUI and DWI

Generally, everyone looks forward to the summertime. Warm weather, balmy evenings and time off from work, especially at the beautiful New Jersey shore, make for lovely memories when the winter months are upon us. However, motor vehicle arrests for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol do not take a vacation. If you get…

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Slide: Can I Get a DWI For Drinking and Riding a Bicycle in New Jersey?

New Jersey law does not treat drinking and riding a bicycle as a DWI offense. A person riding a bicycle while impaired by alcohol cannot receive a DWI. However, it does not mean that there are no legal consequences. An individual could be charged with disorderly conduct and taken into protective custody for being publicly…

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