How to Avoid Tickets While Vacationing in Florida

October 30, 2014 · by igniweb · in

Orlando and its surrounding metropolitan area are constantly bustling with local industry, government and, above all, tourism. As such, traffic violations abound and traffic patrols are always vigilant for erratic and reckless drivers. As tourists it isn’t unlikely that undue attention falls on you and there are certain things you should know about Florida driving […]

NJ Supreme Court Makes it a Crime to Not Wear Seatbelt

October 24, 2014 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

The New Jersey Supreme Court affirmed two lower court rulings making it a crime that endangers public safety if you fail to wear a seat belt. The ruling arose out of the death of a 16-year-old passenger who was killed in a car crash caused by an 18-year-old who had been “huffing” an aerosol spray […]

New Domestic Violence and Restraining Order Bills Pass in the State Assembly

October 15, 2014 · by RLF Attorneys · in

Recently, the New Jersey State Assembly unanimously approved a half-dozen measures aimed at combating domestic violence. None of the proposals were directly written in response to the release of the video depicting Ray Rice knocking his now-wife unconscious in an Atlantic City casino hotel elevator back in February. In truth, four of the bills have […]

Will Happy Street Signs Reduce Crime in Newark?

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Believe it or not, signs with all sorts of positive messages will be posted in Newark, NJ in an attempt to counter crime through positivity and inspiration. According to a New York Magazine report, British artist, Killy Kilford, is working with local officials to install street signs with positive messages on them throughout Newark. Over […]

“Marc Anthony’s Law” Passed to Increase Penalties for Stolen Guns

October 3, 2014 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Landmark legislation recently passed the New Jersey Assembly and is making its way to through the State Senate. The bill is named after a Jersey City police officer who was killed in the line of duty five years ago. The law would outlaw the use of a defaced or stolen firearm for the purposes of […]