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What Happens If You Try To Assassinate A Politician In New York?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

The United States has a long history of assassinations in its political world – from Abraham Lincoln to John F. Kennedy. For whatever reason, citizens have taken it upon themselves to remove politicians from the discussion – permanently. But what happens if you take this extreme step in the modern era? What is the… Read More »


What Is Enticement Of A Minor In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Most people can agree that whichever way you slice it, child abuse and sexualization of minors is wrong. That being said, there are a multitude of different crimes and offenses that are involved with this area of the law. One of the most misunderstood crimes is “enticement of a minor,” and many people in… Read More »


What Happens If You Interfere With A Flight Crew In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Flying on an airplane is one of the most exciting things you can do in New Jersey, and usually goes hand in hand with a nice, long vacation. However, flying can also be incredibly stressful for many people, and it may result in certain altercations. Sometimes, these altercations can result in criminal charges, and… Read More »


Is It Legal To Pay Employees “Off The Books?”

By Phillip J. Murphy |

If you’ve worked your fair share of odd jobs in the United States, you might have been paid “under the table” or “off the books.” This is a common tactic for small and medium-sized businesses who want to conceal income, avoid taxes, and generally avoid a considerable amount of paperwork. But what happens if… Read More »


What Kind Of Crimes Can You Commit While Already In Prison?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Authorities incarcerate people to keep them out of trouble. The primary motivation is not to provide victims with a sense of justice, but to ensure that further crimes are not committed in the future. But the truth is that there are many crimes that prisoners could potentially commit even while incarcerated. Some are obvious,… Read More »


What Happens If You Kidnap Someone And Hold Them For Ransom In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

In most cases, “kidnapping” is something of a misnomer. The truth is that most kidnappers are simply parents who take their children on holidays or impromptu day trips without permission from their exes. But what happens if you commit “real” kidnapping? What happens if you hold someone at gunpoint and snatch them away from… Read More »


What Happens If You Use Someone Else’s Passport To Fly?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Getting a new passport can be a tiresome, time-consuming affair that results in long lines, plenty of back and forth, and considerable stress. Faced with this process, you might think that it makes more sense to simply borrow someone else’s passport. After all, if they look similar enough to you, then the airport officials… Read More »


High-Profile Figures Receive Multi-Decade Prison Sentences

By Phillip J. Murphy |

One of the foundations of our society is that everyone is treated equally under the law. It doesn’t matter if you’re a poverty-stricken drug addict or a celebrity with 12 sports cars – you will be subject to the same laws and the same penalties. Many observers point out that this is only true… Read More »


US Soldier Tries To Betray His Own Unit In The Hopes Of Sparking A Massive War

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Among all the qualities valued by the US military, loyalty is perhaps seen as the most important feature of a successful soldier. Indeed, the motto of the United States Marine Corps – one of the most highly-trained branches of the military – is “semper fidelis.” This is Latin for “always loyal.” And most of… Read More »


What Is A Deferred Sentence In New York?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

If you are facing criminal charges in New York, it makes sense to avoid incarceration whenever possible. While fines and other penalties may seem daunting, nothing is more worrying than the thought of spending years behind bars. Most defendants will do everything in their power to avoid this fate. Fortunately, there are a number… Read More »

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