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What Happens When You Get Pulled Over for a DUI?

Learn what happens when you get stopped for DUI/DWI, including tests they might administer, what happens if you are arrested, how implied consent laws work, what to do after your release, and how hiring experienced criminal defense attorneys helps.

No Early Release Act (NERA)

Learn about New Jersey’s No Early Release Act (NERA) sentencing guidelines, what counts as a violent crime, specific crimes that fall under NERA, court requirements, and how to protect yourself in a NERA case.

FRO Dismissed on Appeal

Learn how Rosenberg | Perry & Associates attorney Nathan Mammarella won the appeal of a Final Restraining Order, reversing the trial court’s decision and helping free his client from the restrictions and stigma of a Final Restraining Order.

What are Shared Fault Laws in New Jersey?

Shared fault means that both parties have a degree of fault in a case. Learn how New Jersey’s comparative negligence act impacts what damages can be recovered, examples, types, and how an experienced legal team can help.

Robert Kraft Video Surveillance is Suppressed

Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, was arrested for the solicitation of prostitution. Learn about his case and how his attorneys successfully put through a pre-trial motion to suppress video evidence.

Prior Convictions and Legalized Marijuana

If you have a previous marijuana conviction in New Jersey, what happens if legalization passes? Learn about NJ marijuana conviction expungement, impact of expungement, and how legal counsel impacts the correct expungement of charges from your record.

Drug Court Engagements – Rebooting Without Stigma

On January 8, 2019, the NJ Supreme Court ruled that drug court graduates can have prior convictions expunged. Learn about the Drug Court Expungement Statute, how it differs from the general expungement statute & if it applies to drug sale convictions.

Is Marijuana Legal Yet in New Jersey?

On November 28, 2018, an NJ legislative committee approved a bill to eventually legalize marijuana. Learn about what comes next for this bill, how it will change marijuana convictions, and how it can affect your current case.