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Understanding Identity Theft Charges as a Cybercrime
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Understanding Identity Theft Charges as a Cybercrime

March 11, 2021

Identity theft occurs when someone uses someone else’s personal information to pose as them to obtain goods, services or anything of value in their name. Today, identity theft is usually a cybercrime, or a theft involving computers and likely committed online. For example, a thief might seek to id

How Do I Defend Myself Against Cybercrime Charges?
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How Do I Defend Myself Against Cybercrime Charges?

February 10, 2021

If you have been charged with a computer crime, your liberty is at stake. Cybercrime charges usually follow extensive investigations by forensic experts and may encompass federal charges or multiple state crimes if you are charged in New Jersey. Cyber and computer crime charges in New Jersey are pun

What is the Difference Between Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse?
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What is the Difference Between Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse?

November 23, 2020

Sex crimes involve a wide range of offenses and are rightly seen as predatory acts of violence. New Jersey law defines numerous individual sex crimes, which can be punished by incarceration, fines and, in some cases, community supervision that lasts the rest of the perpetrator’s life. As New Jerse

‘Dating’ via Text and the NJ Prevention of Domestic Violence Act Explained
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‘Dating’ via Text and the NJ Prevention of Domestic Violence Act Explained

November 10, 2020

A New Jersey court case over the summer has apparently established a type of virtual dating that qualifies as a relationship and broadens the reach of New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA). In a case cited as C.C. v. J.A.H. to protect the alleged victim, the New Jersey...

NJ’s ‘Clean Slate’ Expungement Opening Doors More in Pandemic
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NJ’s ‘Clean Slate’ Expungement Opening Doors More in Pandemic

September 30, 2020

Expanded eligibility and an easier path to wiping a criminal record clean in New Jersey offer more people the opportunity to move forward with a clean slate. As part of his Second Chance Agenda, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation that creates a petition process for criminal records expun