When you have been hurt in a car accident involving a drunk driver, obtaining damages to cover your losses may be more challenging than in other types of motor vehicle accidents. Statistics show that many persons causing accidents while driving drunk are repeat offenders. As such, there's a distinct possibility that they may be driving without insurance. Here are some of the ways that you can pursue compensation for your losses.
FBI REPORT SHOWS MOST NEW JERSEY CRIME DOWN IN 2014
Good news for New Jersey residents-most types of violent crimes continue to decline, say federal officials.
The New Jersey legislature has set forth four specific types of situations where you can potentially violate state weapons laws:
There is trouble, big trouble, in River City, folks. It turns out nearly 50 percent of black men, 44 percent of Hispanic men, and 40 percent of white men have been arrested at least once by age 23, according to a new study published in Crime and Delinquency. That's a lot of law enforcement!
An Ocean County special operations squad raided a doctor's office on January 24, searching for evidence of illegal drug prescriptions. The doctor in question, Dr. Liviu Holca, age 55, is a family practitioner who was arrested for writing unlawful prescriptions of drugs like Percocet and Xanax.
Even lawyers are answerable to the law. New Jersey's Disciplinary Review Board has recommended suspensions for two attorneys who have evidently neglected clients and their cases.
New York Jets running back Michael Goodson has been indicted on weapons charges stemming from a traffic stop in New Jersey. Goodson was discovered by police in Denville in May 2013. During a traffic stop, police recovered a loaded .45-caliber handgun and one hollow point bullet. Goodson faces unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of prohibited weapons and devices. Goodson's attorney says his client will be exonerated. Full article on http://online.wsj.com.
CRIMINAL LAW LEGAL HELP IN NEW JERSEY SINCE 1985
Alleged criminal behavior has in some ways become easier to detect due to the personal computer. Yet law enforcement officials still face serious challenges to prosecuting sex crimes using computer-related evidence. For instance: