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Will My Accuser Be Punished if I Am Falsely Accused of a Crime in New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Being falsely accused of a crime can be an extremely stressful situation in New Jersey. While you can gain a certain measure of confidence with the knowledge that you are completely innocent, you may worry that you will face criminal charges after being unable to defend yourself properly in court. When your name is… Read More »


What Is White Collar Crime in New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

For many people in New Jersey, the term “white collar crime” might seem somewhat vague and open-ended. What is considered white collar crime in the Garden State? What are some examples of white collar crime in New Jersey? These questions are often left unanswered. If you have been accused of white collar crime, you… Read More »


Can You Lie to a Police Officer in New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

When you are confronted by a police officer, it can be an extremely stressful experience. You may not be sure of how to act or what to say. You may be scared for your life. In these circumstances, it’s not surprising that many innocent citizens choose to lie to a police officer. There are… Read More »


Can I Go to Jail for Running a Ponzi Scheme in New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

In recent years, various states have cracked down on so-called “Ponzi schemes” or “pyramid schemes.” New Jersey is one of many states that have taken a tough stance against these types of businesses. But what is the legal definition of a Ponzi scheme? When does your business fall into this category? Do you need… Read More »


What Are New York’s Self-Defense Laws?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Protecting yourself against violence is an obvious choice. After all, who in their right mind would stand idly by and accept a potentially life-threatening situation? In most cases, acts of self-defense happen on an almost instinctual level. Before we know it, we’re acting out of muscle memory and fighting to protect ourselves and our… Read More »


Should I Remain Silent During an Arrest In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

When you’re being arrested, it’s often difficult to think and behave in a logical manner. You may be extremely emotional due to the circumstances that led to your arrest, and there may be a million different thoughts running through your mind. Although it’s certainly no easy feat, remaining calm and collected is by far… Read More »


What Happens When You Drive Without a License in New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Driving without a license in New Jersey is never a good idea, but it’s a common offense in the Garden State. For many individuals who are stopped by police without a license, the crime is purely accidental. Perhaps you misplaced your wallet before getting in the car. Maybe you removed your license from your… Read More »


I Assaulted a Co-Worker in New York. What are My Legal Options?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

No one should have to experience a hostile work environment in New York or any other state. Unfortunately, stressful environments can cause well-meaning and good-natured people to lose control at times. If you have assaulted your co-worker in New York, it’s important to consider your legal options. There’s no need to simply accept your… Read More »


Drunk Driving Laws in New York: How A DWI Defense Lawyer Can Help

By Phillip J. Murphy |

All 50 states have laws against drunk driving, usually defined as operating a motor vehicle when your blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08 or higher, but New York’s driving while intoxicated (DWI) laws are especially detailed.  In New York, it matters not only how much alcohol you consumed and whether you have previous DWIs… Read More »

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What is Drug Possession with Intent to Sell?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

In our lifetime, the law has begun to treat people charged with drug possession more humanely and to acknowledge that addiction is an illness, not a series of malicious acts.  For example, Rockland County has a drug court program that connects people charged with drug possession or other nonviolent offenses that stem from incidents… Read More »

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