DWI ruling retroactively applied by N.J. Supreme Court

State v. Adkins blood draw case will impact currently pending cases Our attorney Richard A. DeMichele, Jr. previously told you about the Missouri v. McNeely case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ultimately ruled to require police to obtain a search warrant before taking a blood
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Can I Go to Jail for Overdue Alimony?

Answer: Overdue Support Obligations Can Result in Severe Consequences Including Incarceration It’s a familiar story with which experienced family attorneys are well-acquainted: a New Jersey spouse paying spousal support or “alimony” on the basis of an income level that he or she
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Violating Restraining Orders Can Carry Severe Consequences

Significant Jail Time and Huge Fines May Result from Restraining Order Violations A domestic violence restraining order is easily one of the most misunderstood instruments in the family law practice area. The entry of a “final” restraining order occurs when the Court
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Statewide Child Support Arrest Sweep

61 Individuals Arrested by New Jersey Authorities for Overdue Child Support Obligations Tough economic times means it’s difficult for some individuals to meet their court-ordered support obligations. That doesn’t mean New Jersey’s courts take a lax attitude to enforcement. Quite the opposite!
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