Douglas Herring, Premier DUI Attorney, Advanced Level Training on Using a Driver’s Internal Body Clock to Win DUI Cases
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Douglas Herring recently received advanced level training, from the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, on how to use a driver’s internal body clock to win DUI cases. Douglas received training on how a driver’s internal body clock can be assessed on both the Modified Romberg Balance Test and the One Leg Stand Test. If

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New Changes To New Jersey’s DWI Law
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License Suspension For First-Time Offenders Under current law, the period of driver’s license suspension for first time drunk driving offenders is based on the offender’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC). If the offender’s BAC is 0.08 percent or higher but less than 0.10 percent, the driver’s license is suspended for three months. If the offender’s BAC

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Bail In New Jersey Before The Bail Reform
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In New Jersey, bail means you deposit or promise some form of money to a court to persuade the judge that you should be released from jail. Your agreement with the court is that you will forfeit your money if you do not come back to court, so you have a reason to come back

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How Can I Be Removed Off Megan’s Law as a Registered Sex Offender?
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In 1994, a seven year-old girl named Megan Kanka was raped and murdered by her neighbor in Hamilton Township, Mercer County. The murder attracted national attention and caused the New Jersey legislature to create the “Megan’s Law,” which requires the life-long registration of people convicted of sexual offenses, under N.J.S.A. 2C:7-2. In 1996 this became

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Could Police Arrest a Firefighter for Obstruction in New Jersey?
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On February 4, 2014, a fire engine from the Chula Vista Fire Department in California arrived to the scene of a rollover collision on a busy highway. A firefighter-engineer parked his fire truck behind an ambulance in the fast lane of the highway and began assisting the victims from the collision. The California Highway Patrol

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New Jersey Criminals and Parolees Could Have Voting Rights Restored
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New Jersey criminals could have a chance at getting their voting rights back. Some see this as a way for the government to homogenize the voting population and steer it towards candidates of major parties. Very few people realize that Republicans and Democrats are not the only parties. But, where did it all begin and

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Meek Mill: Probation Violation Case Study
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The courts take probation violation very seriously, as has just been demonstrated in the Meek Mill Case. He is behind bars for 2 to 4 years for violating the terms of his probation. What is Meek Mill’s situation, and what is a probation violation? Here are the details. Why Is Meek Mill Going Back To

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West Windsor Township Criminal Defense
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West Windsor Township Criminal Defense Attorney – Douglas Herring Are you facing criminal charges? West Windsor Township criminal defense attorney Douglas Herring can help. This former Federal Prosecutor has over 15 years’ experience. He never shies away from the courtroom. You need a West Windsor Township criminal defense attorney with the skill and motivation to

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A Few Marijuana Plants Remains A First-Degree Crime in New Jersey
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In January 2014, New Jersey State Senator Nicholas P. Scutari announced that he plans to introduce a bill to legalize marijuana. Senator Scutari is the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Municipal Prosecutor for Linden said, “Anybody that looks at the facts, that the war on marijuana has been a miserable failure.” However,

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Illegal Search When Police Did Not Get a Warrant Before Searching a Decrepit Building
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On January 29, 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided State v. Derrick Brown, finding that a decrepit house in Camden is not automatically abandoned and the police need a warrant to search the house. In this case, the State Police had been conducting a narcotics investigation of possible drug sales occurring at 820 Line

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