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The Law Offices of Adam R. Banner, P.C.
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We would like to thank Dean Michael Cahill, co-dean of Rutgers Law, for taking the time to answer our questions in our law dean interview series. http://ow.ly/mmdO30c16lG

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Dean Maureen O'Rourke of Boston University School of Law is the latest law school dean to participate in our interview series. Thank you for your time, Dean O'Rourke. http://ow.ly/Hn5Y30bYiau

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Our thanks goes to Dr. Eric Mitnik, Dean of UMass Law for taking the time to answer our questions about the evolving legal profession. http://ow.ly/VwTq30bWApD

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A new Oklahoma law changes 300 years of precedent, but will lawmakers fix it before it takes effect? http://ow.ly/r30q30bWgUf

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The jury returned a not guilty verdict in the shooting of Terrence Crutcher; will the officer keep her job? http://ow.ly/9nF430bRTSe

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"The nurse won’t be around for another week or two, so most prisoners resort to illegal drugs inside the jail walls to self-medicate the issues they brought from outside." http://ow.ly/V8PC30bQ5HO

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#BettyShelby found not guilty in #TerrenceCrutcher death... #Oklahoma consistently leads nation in police shootings: http://ow.ly/goE130bP6Qu

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Choosing a criminal lawyer is an important task. Here are some tips to help you choose the right defense attorney. http://ow.ly/wHcz30bK29N

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The question is not, 'Can the police charge you without evidence', the question is whether the proof they have meets the level needed to charge you. When you are under investigation or being charged with a crime in NJ, all the police need to establish is 'Probable Cause'. If they have 'reason to believe' that a crime was committed; and, 'reason to believe' that you were involved, you can be charged with that crime. The evidence does not have to establish your guilt 'Beyond a Reasonable Doubt', or the lower standard of 'Clear and Convincing' in order for you to be charged, as those are not the standards needed to arrest you. When the police are processing you on the arrest, the worst thing you can do is give up your constitutional rights to remain silent, and to have a lawyer. You cannot fix this from where you are, and what you do within the first 24-hours of your arrest can make the difference of whether the prosecution can ever prove the case in Court, 'Beyond a Reasonable Doubt' (the evidence standard needed to convict you). Do not give a statement, unless your lawyer advises you to, this is not the time to play 'DIY Lawyer'. Say I WANT A LAWYER and I WANT TO REMAIN SILENT. The cops are not going to tell you what they know about what happened, and without knowing that information, anything you say that is different than what they can already prove can be used to impeach your credibility, or to assist the prosecution in convicting you.

SPECIALIZING IN CRIMINAL DEFENSE THROUGHOUT NEW JERSEY
Howard W. Bailey, Esq.
550 Broad Street, Suite 601
Newark, NJ 07102
973-982-1200

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