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Red Bank, New Jersey 07701

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At The Law Firm of Randolph H. Wolf, our criminal defense lawyers have been helping people facing the most difficult of situations since 1987. Our goal is to provide the highest quality legal representation to our clients throughout New Jersey. Randolph H.



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 The Liability of Recording Others

Though many people today take advantage of modern technology and record meetings or conversations for their own purposes or preservation, it would behoove them to know about the liabilities listed in the New Jersey Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Control Act.

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 Voting Rights for Ex-Felons in New Jersey

Clients who were convicted of a felony often ask the attorneys at the Law Office of Randolph H. Wolf about their right to vote. In the United States, conviction of a felony carries collateral civil consequences apart from penal sanctions such as fines or incarceration. Thus, offenders may lose the right to vote, to serve on a jury, or to hold public office, among other things.

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 Overview of New Jersey's Juvenile Justice System

What follows is a brief overview of the juvenile justice system in New Jersey. The juvenile court system in New Jersey is very different from the adult court system. In juvenile court, the defendant (a juvenile under the age of 18) has had a formal complaint signed against him or her and is being charged with "delinquency."

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 Juveniles and Drug Related Crimes in New Jersey

If you or your child has been charged with possession and/or distribution of marijuana or other drugs, often times, prosecutors will offer enticing plea bargains. For example, the prosecutor might offer twelve (12) months probation and fines in return for pleading guilty to such charges. However, pleading guilty results in a criminal record, which could adversely impact a juvenile’s education, employment, or military opportunities.

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 New Law in New Jersey Makes it a Crime to Drive with a Suspended License

In the state of New Jersey, driving with a suspended license has now become a criminal offense under certain circumstances. Specifically, if your license has been suspended due to driving while intoxicated (DWI) or because you refused to submit to a breath test, continuance to drive under the suspended license can result in a fourth degree criminal charge.

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 Penalties for DWI in New Jersey

Understand the penalties you will face if you are charged with a DWI in New Jersey.

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 Trucking Accidents in New Jersey

Trucking accidents comprise an inordinate number of highway fatalities across the nation's highways and byways, and New Jersey's rate of these horrific accidents is no exception. In 2007 alone, there were 46 tractor-trailers involved in 43 crashes that resulted in 45 fatalities.

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 New Jersey’s DWI in a School Zone

Under New Jersey’s DWI law, harsher penalties will be imposed if a DWI offense occurs while in a school zone.

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 Penalties for Driving Without Insurance in New Jersey

Severe penalties can be levied against people who drive without insurance in the state of New Jersey. Driving without insurance in New Jersey is so serious that penalties are harsher than penalties for first time drunk driving offenses.

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 Driving With A Suspended License In New Jersey

New Jersey law dictates very clearly that driving with a suspended license in their state comes with hefty fines and possible jail time. The New Jersey statute 39:3-40.1 states that driving under suspension is a punishable crime. The law also includes the offense of driving under vehicle registration suspension. There are two major categories of suspension. The first being a court ordered suspension and the second is a department of motor vehicles suspension.

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 Penalties for "Leaving the Scene of an Accident" in New Jersey

An automobile accident can be a minor hindrance such as a fender bender or as serious as involving major injuries and fatalities. Regardless of the severity of an accident, in the state of New Jersey, it is a crime if a driver leaves the scene of an accident.

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 Highway Drug Arrests in New Jersey

Highway drug arrests in New Jersey can result in very serious penalties including fines, jail and reduced employment opportunities. New Jersey's Interstate 95 has become a popular drug trafficking highway whereby drugs travel north from Florida and money travels south from Maine. Increased drug activity has led NJ government officials to crack down on drug offenses with some of the most severe "mandatory minimum sentences" (MMS) for drug offenders in the country.

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 Uninsured and Under-Insured Drivers in New Jersey

If a driver refuses to carry the necessary auto insurance he puts more than just himself at risk. Insurance will not be adequate to cover all damages incurred by an accident caused by an uninsured or under-iinsured driver.

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 Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey

Pedestrian accidents are a major concern throughout the country and, in New Jersey, they have accounted for over 20% of traffic deaths in a given year.

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 NJ Commercial Trucking Laws

The driver qualifications that fall within the New Jersey State trucking laws are: New Jersey adopted Part 391 of the Federal Regulations with two notable exceptions.

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 Common Causes of Trucking Accidents in NJ

New Jersey is one of the most densely populated states in the country, and I-95 and I-80, which are major interstate highways, cross the state as well. The interstate system is used by truckers and their employers from various parts of North America, and it also accommodates private passenger vehicles. This is a dangerous mix at times, and accidents are all too frequent.

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 Motorcycle Accidents in New Jersey

The lure of the open road is an enticing attraction for motorcycle riders who enjoy feeling the powerful machines rolling down the highway

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 What to Do if you are Charged with a Drug Crime in New Jersey

If you are caught or your car is pulled over and you have in your possession marijuana or other illegal drugs in New Jersey, the first thing to know is what your rights are and what will happen to you.

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 I’m Getting Pulled Over, Now What?

7 important things to remember and do when getting pulled over by a police officer.

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 DUI and DWI Ignition Interlock Devices

In combating the dangers of Drunk Driving, technology rides the forefront of effective deterrence.

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