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Blog Posts in August, 2015

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  • What is a DWAI?
    What is a DWAI?

    Most people know that a DWI results if their blood alcohol level is a .08 and above. However, what most people do not know is that a lesser offense to a DWI is a DWAI (Driving While Ability Impaired). ...

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  • What happens if you get a bench warrant?
    What happens if you get a bench warrant?

    A bench warrant is issued by a Court when a Defendant or a Respondent has failed to appear in Court. This warrant permits a police agency to pick up the individual and produce them before the Court. ...

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  • Find The Right Attorney
    Find The Right Attorney

    I am a firm believer that one always needs to find the right attorney to work with regarding a particular case. The attorney/client relationship is a very personal relationship due to the information ...

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  • How Important Is The Attorney For The Child in a Relocation Case?
    How Important Is The Attorney For The Child in a Relocation Case?

    After a recent Appellate Division 2 nd Department ruling it was found that the Attorney for the Child’s position in a case can mean a great deal more than what it used to regarding a child’s ...

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  • What!!! Petit Larceny is a Misdemeanor?
    What!!! Petit Larceny is a Misdemeanor?

    Petit larceny or shoplifting as it is also known is a misdemeanor offense. This means that it can be punished by up to one year in jail for each offense. Petit Larceny is a very serious offense and ...

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  • Violations and Custody/Visitation Orders:
    Violations and Custody/Visitation Orders:

    Once a court order for custody and visitation has been entered all parties to the agreement are mandated by the Courts to follow those orders. Should one party violate the order, a petition alleging a ...

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