Shoplifting is a very serious offense in the state of New Jersey. There is a wide range of penalties which a defendant may face. My law firm has been successful in preventing defendants from mandatory jail time with previous shoplifting offenses.
Defendant accused of DWI, refusal and careless driving; Result: Defendant pled guilty to DWI and careless driving. Refusal dismissed.
Defendant charged with careless driving and driving while suspended; Result: Unsafe operation and guilty expired driver’s license.
Defendant was accused with two counts of driving while suspended, unregistered vehicle and failure to produce license; Result: guilty plea to expired registration and failure to present documentation only. All remaining summonses dismissed.
Plaintiff was seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident requiring multiple neck, back and shoulder surgeries; Results: Partial summary judgment on liability was granted. Case settled prior to trial for $937,500.00.
Defendant accused of DWI, no insurance and refusal; Result: Guilty to DWI and refusal, received seven (7) months suspension concurrent with three (3) months, no interlock device, minimum fines and penalties.
Defendant accused of careless driving; Result: Guilty plea to obstruction.
Defendant charged with criminal trespass, second degree, and criminal mischief third degree; Results: conditional discharge.
Defendant was charged with DWI, careless driving and unsafe lane change; Result: At trial DWI was dismissed, Defendant pled guilty only to reckless driving with a 90 day suspension, all other tickets dismissed.
Defendant charged with speeding; Results: Dismissed of all charges, contempt fee of $50.00.
Defendant charged with improper passing, Result: pled guilty to improper right/left turn at arrow, fine only no points.