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Shrimp Pad Thai w/ Zucchini noodles: a great recipe when you are craving Pad Thai but don't want the calories or are following a gluten-free diet.
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In NJ, a Judge can authorize a 'No-Knock' search warrant. This allows the police to force open the door. The 'Knock and Announce' rule typically requires the police to stop at your door, to 'Knock' and announce that they are there to execute a search warrant. Typically, absent some compelling reason, they are supposed to give you time to respond to the door and open it. If a 'No-Knock' provision is in the warrant, they do not need to stop and wait for you to open the door. Either way, the police are coming in and will search the premises listed in the warrant. You standing in the way, saying 'NO' will not stop them, and may end up with you arrested for Obstructing or Hindering the officers. The place to contest the warrant, a 'No-Knock' provision, or to move to suppress any evidence found during the search is in Court. The police are supposed to make a record of what is removed, and to leave a copy of that record and a copy of the search warrant at the premises they have searched.

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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New York Yankees and all-around baseball legend, Yogi Berra, passed away Tuesday at the age of 90. It was exactly 69 years to the day of his MLB debut.
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Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution.
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It is common for people to group themselves into two categories; those who are good at art or design, and those who are good at math or science. The reason for this is that many people believe that the skills needed to be successful in creative services do not relate to the skills that are required to be successful in the analytical.
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Some of the coolest new cars are now affordable, according to Kelley Blue Book, and the top car was top for the past 3 years and in the top 10 for 13 years.
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Under NJ law, 'Stalking' is purposeful or knowing conduct directed at a specific person that causes fear for their safety or emotional distress. The conduct must have occurred on two or more occasions, involving a visual or physical proximity to the victim; by following, monitoring, observing, surveilling, threatening, or communicating with the victim. All forms of communication, whether by a first or third party are included. Similar criminal charges that can also be filed include Harassment, Trespass and Criminal Mischief. If the parties have ever had a domestic relationship, the act of stalking can be a basis for a TRO/FRO to be issued by the Court.

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

#criminaldefense   #stalking   #harassment  
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Valve Bans Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Cheaters For Life!
Valve reiterates it's position on banning cheaters for life. The announcement comes amid reports of Pro Counter Strike: Global Offensive players who were caught in a match-fixing scandal that earned players money by purposely losing matches.

Teams Epsilon and iBuyPower were among those permanently banned from future Valve sponsored events. The news comes amid rampant scandals of match-fixing that have undermined the world of e-sports as a whole in recent times.
Nearly a year after a notorious scandal, Valve has clarified their stance on the punishment for match-fixing (that is, conspiring to lose on purpose, typically for the purposes of illicit moneymaking) in pro Counter-Strike: a permanent ban from competition. Not “indefinite.” Permanent.
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