Federal Law Requires Healthier Snacks in Schools

June 28, 2013 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Say goodbye to school vending machines filled with cheese doodles, potato chips, cookies, and candy. Recently, the United States Department of Agriculture launched its new “Smart Snacks in School” campaign. These nutrition standards represent the first nutritional overhaul of school snacks in over 30 years. According to the new rules, school foods must contain at least […]

What is the “CSI Effect”: Juries Demand More Evidence

June 27, 2013 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Based on information from USA Today and CBS news, it seems that jurors today are looking for concrete forensic evidence, including fingerprint analysis and DNA, to be used in every criminal case. In addition, authorities are saying that juries now hesitate to convict when this is lacking. Defense lawyers, prosecuting attorneys and judges are calling […]

Mug Shot Website Takes Advantage of People With Criminal Charges

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Christopher Jones thought his arrest was behind him. After all, it was 7 years ago and the case was dropped by the prosecution. However, Chris was in for a rude awakening after he visited mugshots.com. Chris found himself face-to-face with his 2006 mug-shot and a host of information available for anyone with an Internet connection to […]

What To Do If You are Injured on the Job in New Jersey

June 24, 2013 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

There are many different types of injuries that a person can suffer from while working in New Jersey.  One of the first steps that any employee should take when he or she is injured on the job is immediately notifying his or her employer. Once a supervisor, human resources department or any other manager of […]

Wildwood, NJ Bans Saggy Pants

June 17, 2013 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Recently, Wildwood, NJ passed an ordinance banning the wearing of overly saggy pants on the boardwalk. Its passage was sparked by complaints by several visitors about having to see people’s backsides hanging out in public. The law is set to take effect on July 2, 2013. A first-time conviction for violating the local law will […]