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2nd Degree Aggravated Assault Charged Dismissed

February 28, 2013
By jmarshall

Aggravated Assault Charges in NJ Dismissed No Early Release Act Avoided Keith Oliver from my office just finished representing an individual who was charged with aggravated assault; a crime of the second degree. If the individual was convicted of aggravated assault, in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:12-1b, they could be sentenced… Read More»

63-year-old Policy Park Man Pleads Guilty to Multiple Charges in Connection with Identity Theft

February 25, 2013
By jmarshall

63-year-old man admitted to authorities that he played a role in an identity theft scheme. According to an announcement made by US attorney Paul J. Fishman, Seo, a resident of Palisades Interstate Park, pleaded guilty in court on Wednesday, January 30, 2012, to his involvement in this identity theft scheme.The… Read More»

52-year-old Englewood Cliffs Man Allegedly the Cause for the Closure of Lemoine Avenue

February 23, 2013
By jmarshall

Local residents were forced to contend with the closure of Lemoine Avenue between Maine and Whiteman Streets on Wednesday, December 12, 2012. The reason for this avenue’s closer was because a 52-year-old Englewood Cliffs man allegedly crashed into a telephone pole late Tuesday night. According to police, the 52 year old… Read More»

ATM Scam Nets Two Illegal Romanian Citizens $1 Million

February 21, 2013
By jmarshall

Two illegal Romanian citizens were arrested in Englewood, New Jersey for a scam that allowed them to steal money from ATM’s throughout Bergen County. The two are accused of stealing in excess of $1 million nearby ATM’s. The two alleged thieves were  later identified as a 52 and a 34-year-old Romanian… Read More»

16-year-old Offender Denied Juvenile Status

February 21, 2013
By jmarshall

A 16-year-old male who has a history of run-ins with law enforcement received a six-year prison sentence on Wednesday January, 16, 2013. The sentence came in connection with an incident that took place in October of 2012.  In October, police were called to  41 Vine St. and when they arrived,… Read More»

Man Charged with Eluding Receives PTI in Bergen County

February 19, 2013
By jmarshall

Eluding in Hackensack NJ One of the attorneys from my office, Keith G. Oliver just finished representing an individual who was charged with Eluding in the township of Lodi. The defendant was also charged with several other motor vehicle violations, such as careless driving, driving while suspended and speeding. Since,… Read More»

Bergen County Resident Shot in the Stomach While Watching TV on Her Bed

February 16, 2013
By jmarshall

While sitting in her bed, watching television, a 26-year-old New Jersey resident was shot in the stomach by a stray bullet. She was taken to the New Jersey medical center, and placed in immediate surgery. According to police chief Tom Comey she is expected to make a full recovery. However,… Read More»

70-year-old Ex-Upper Saddle River Resident Charged with Sexual Abuse of a Juvenile

February 14, 2013
By jmarshall

$250,000, was the bail amount that was set by Judge Donald Venezia for a former Bergen County, New Jersey resident who has been accused of sexually assaulting a juvenile female between three and four years ago. This alleged abuse occurred while the accused was an Upper Saddle River resident. The… Read More»

39-year-old Bergen County Man Arrested for Committing Two Burglaries in the Same Day

February 12, 2013
By jmarshall

Burglary & Theft charges issued for Bergen County Resident A 39-year-old Bergen County resident is facing multiple charges of burglary and theft. The first charge that he is facing is in connection with a theft that took place on 12 November. In this theft, according to police Lieut. Vito Abrusci,… Read More»

Common Misconception with Regards to the Offense of Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute

February 9, 2013
By jmarshall

Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute is a very serious offense; one that could land an individual behind bars for decades. One of the biggest misconceptions with regards to possession of a controlled dangerous substance with the intent to distribute is that you need to be caught actually… Read More»

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Note on Prior Results: Prior results, notwithstanding the similarity of circumstances, do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any pending or future matter.