New Jersey’s Worst Roads, Ranked

May 11, 2017 · by admin · in

New Jersey drivers have a bit of a reputation for aggressiveness and poor judgment, but Jerseyans aren’t nearly as frightening as some of the roads they are forced to drive on. NJ.com recently compiled a list of some of the worst roads in the state. The list is not based on the number of accidents, […]

Christie Suggests Expungement for Nonviolent Offenders

May 4, 2017 · by admin · in

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has asked state lawmakers to put together legislation making it easier for those convicted of nonviolent crimes to get their records expunged. The expungement process seals records of a person’s arrest, detention, or conviction. Christie asked that the legislation be passed by before the end of the current budget year […]

NJ to Allow Use of Medical Marijuana for PTSD

April 26, 2017 · by admin · in

The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office Division of Consumer Affairs has proposed a rule change that would allow medical marijuana to be used for treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The new rule is in response to a bill signed in September by Governor Chris Christie that added PTSD to the list of conditions that […]

Scholarship

April 12, 2017 · by admin · in

The Rosenblum Law Firm is the largest and highest customer-rated traffic violations law firm in both New York and New Jersey. For the past 12 years we have been dedicated to providing statewide representation for traffic violations and related matters as well as educating the general public about how a traffic ticket can lead to […]

How to Avoid Spending Spring Break in Prison

March 1, 2017 · by admin · in

Ah, Spring Break! This time-honored college tradition offers a much-needed break from studying. It’s a great opportunity for kids to kick back and party — including, in many cases, a lot of drinking. Given the age of most college kids, it’s also an opportunity to break in a fake, stolen, or borrowed ID. (I’m looking […]

New Law Helps Defendants Found Not Guilty Clear Their Name

February 22, 2017 · by admin · in

Governor Chris Christie signed a new bill on Friday, February 13 that helps those acquitted of charges clear their names. Bill A1945 requires prosecutors to update or take down public statements about defendants who are found not guilty. In such cases, the state’s attorney general and county prosecutors must scrub their websites of “any press […]

Court Ruling Makes it Easier for Police to View Private Twitter Messages

February 15, 2017 · by admin · in

New Jersey police do not need a wiretap warrant to view private messages sent on Twitter, an appeals court found earlier this month. On February 3, 2017, a three-judge panel ruled in favor of Essex County prosecutors who attempted to access video posts from two Twitter profiles. The crux of the case was an argument […]