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Bail Reform New Jersey
Governor Christie Signs Law Providing Radical Bail Reform to New Jersey

On August 11, 2014, Governor Christie signed into law a bill providing much needed bail reform.  The bill, which enjoyed bipartisan support, allows low-income defendants charged with non-violent offenses to be released from jail without posting any money.

If the Judge believes, after reviewing all of the available information, that a defendant will appear for court and does not pose a danger to any person or the community, then he or she should be released without the necessity of posting bail.  Monetary bail in these situations should only be set when it is determined that no other condition of release will reasonably assure the defendant’s appearance in court.


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Conditional Dismissal law
by: W. Les Hartman

Having a criminal record can wreak havoc with your ability to get a job, finish your education, or otherwise get ahead in life. While New Jersey Courts have long provided an opportunity to avoid a criminal record for certain drug offenses and for certain indictable offenses, prior to January 4, 2014 if you pleaded guilty or were found guilty of a charge in Municipal Court that did not involve drugs, you had to wait at least five years to remove it from your record. These offenses could include things like, Shoplifting, Criminal Mischief or Simple Assault. With the new Conditional Dismissal law (N.J.S.A. 2C:43-13.1), however, this can be done much quicker.

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Some Great Tips!!!!

NJ Traffic stop tips

There you are, happily motoring along, and then you see those cherry tops flashing behind you. Your heart starts to race, you start to sweat, you wonder what you did wrong. You also wonder if there’s any chance you’ll be able to turn this traffic stop around. Is it possible to escape without a ticket?

Well, that depends. Were you driving 120 MPH while throwing whisky bottles out the driver’s side window? If so, the following tips probably won’t help you. But if your brake light was out, or if you were going a little bit over the speed limit, or if you were pulled over for any number of minor infractions, you have a shot. Here’s eight basic things to keep in mind …

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NJ Boating DUI

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NJ Boating DUI
While being out on a boat may feel like you’re free and clear of any mainland worries, there is one particular harbor you don’t want to find yourself in: Getting busted for operating a boat – or letting someone else operate your boat – while under the influence of alcohol.

“The penalties for operating a vessel, which, by state law, is defined as a ‘power’ vessel or any boat over 12 feet in length, are often more severe than a motor vehicle DWI offense,” said W. Les Hartman, a KMHL partner who specializes in DWI and criminal defense. “And you can also lose your driving privileges as a result. Many New Jerseyans don’t realize this.”

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Texting and social media NJ family law

Does anyone even remember what it was like to write an angry letter? Not send an angry email, dash off a fuming text, or send a seething message over Facebook, but actually sit down, consider what you’re about to write, and compose an angry letter?

Seems like a relic of a forgotten age, truthfully.

But it did have one distinct advantage: If you were going to write something, you had to take time to do it. You had to think about it. You had to physically write it, find an envelope, put a stamp on it. It took some doing, and all the while, it allowed you the opportunity to stop writing this strongly-worded missive.

http://www.kmhlawyers.com/kmh-blog/news/texting-and-social-media-nj-family-law/

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Family Lawyers in New Jersey
Custody Lawyers in NJ
Kalavruzos, Mumola, and Hartman LLC are family lawyers in New Jersey to help with any of the related cases below. Please click a topic to learn more about what we do. From an experienced NJ Divorce Attorney to legal support with wills and estates, KMHLawyers.com can give you expert service.

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Real Estate Lawyer in NJ

New Jersey Lawyer for New Businesses
Buying or selling real estate in New Jersey, or anywhere, is a major transaction greatly impacting the lives of the buyers and sellers. Having an attorney assist with the legal aspects of the real estate purchase contract, sale, or lease of a home or commercial property helps ensure that the real estate transaction is done properly and in the best interests of the buyer, seller, or lessor.

To schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers regarding an anticipated real estate transaction in New Jersey or elsewhere, contact Kalavruzos, Mumola and Hartman, LLC in Hamilton.

Real Estate Lawyer in NJ : New Jersey Lawyer for New Business
Real Estate ◦ Commercial Transactions and Leases ◦ Residential Real Estate Purchases and Sales

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