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Category Archives: Weapons Offenses

Passaic County Stalking and Domestic Violence on Social Media

Nowadays people like to share many of their activities and life situations with other people. After all, as social beings, we have an innate need to connect with, share, and relate to other people. Even more so, many seem to have this innate interest in what other people are doing, where they are, who they… Read More

Equal Protection and Due Process Attorneys Passaic County NJ

Everyone has rights to fair representation under the law. At Del Sardo & Montanari, LLC 973-233-4396 we’re dedicated to advocating for and protecting the rights of our clients no matter the circumstance or the area of law. We have counsel dedicated to family law, criminal defense, personal injury, and employment law serving clients across Passaic County in Paterson,… Read More

Cocaine and Crack Cocaine Penalties in Passaic County NJ

The New Jersey Criminal Code classifies drugs, or controlled dangerous substances, according to their potential for abuse and their usefulness in the medical community. Cocaine and crack cocaine are considered Schedule II drug because they have a high potential for abuse and limited acceptable medical uses. Cocaine and crack are identical at the molecular level.… Read More

Passaic County, NJ: Types of Theft Charges

In New Jersey, theft and fraud charges range from first degree felonies to petty disorders persons. In other words, depending on the nature and degree of the crime, offenders may be looking at decades in a state prison or walking free. In order to understand why such a large discrepancy exists, it is first important to understand… Read More

Psychiatric Fitness as a Legal Defense in Passaic County, NJ

New Jersey criminal charges are meant to hold responsible parties accountable for illegal actions. However, there are certain situations in which the perpetrators may not be held responsible for their actions due to mental health issues or other psychiatric reasons. In the eyes of the law, only defendants who are mentally competent may stand trial. Psychiatric fitness… Read More

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