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Cyber

What Crimes Can You Commit In The Digital World?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

New Jersey takes cybercrime very seriously, and it has created a number of laws that govern the digital world. If you are unaware of these laws, it can be very easy to commit many of these crimes without fully realizing it. Some of our readers may believe that the digital world is like the… Read More »

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What Can’t You Bring Into New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

While crossing state lines into New Jersey isn’t as big of a deal as crossing the US border, there are still many rules that you need to keep in mind. Some of the most important rules involve prohibited items. There are certain things that you are not allowed to bring into the Garden State,… Read More »

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What Is The Difference Between Theft And Robbery In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

If you’ve been accused of a crime in New Jersey, the exact definitions of each offense can be a little confusing. While terms like “robbery” and “theft” might sound pretty much identical, they are actually very different crimes in the Garden State. Understanding the difference between crimes such as these is very important, especially… Read More »

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What Is The Penalty For Impersonating An FBI Agent In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Residents of New Jersey trust authority figures to maintain law and order. But what happens when one of these law enforcement professionals is not who they claim to be? An individual may choose to impersonate an authority figure for a number of different reasons, but it’s never legal. If you are caught impersonating a… Read More »

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New Jersey’s New Hazing Law Explained

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Hazing is a serious problem in many schools across the United States, and in many cases, it can be deadly. In response to this issue, New Jersey has created new anti-hazing laws that protect students from being victimized in the future. In addition, these laws enact strict penalties for those who engage in or… Read More »

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What Happens If You Escape From Jail In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

For most people, escaping from prison seems like a movie scene rather than something that could actually happen in real life. However, inmates continue to escape from jails and prisons in New Jersey, and this prospect might be more common than you realize. In instances where there is minimal security, escaping from prison might… Read More »

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What Is The Penalty For Assaulting A Flight Attendant?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Assaults against flight attendants have become more common in recent years. As a result, the penalties for these assaults are becoming more severe. If you assault a flight attendant at a New Jersey airport (or anywhere else in the world), you may face serious criminal consequences. As of this writing, the most serious consequence… Read More »

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The Growing Threat Of Black Market Covid-19 Vaccination Cards In New Jersey

By Phillip J. Murphy |

As we move into a post-covid world, the population is beginning to divide. On one side, we have the unvaccinated; unsure about the safety of big pharma’s latest creation, and reluctant to rely on anything other than their own immune systems. On the other side, we have the fully vaccinated; individuals who are ready… Read More »

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New Jersey’s Gun Magazine Ban Comes Under Pressure

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Magazines have become a central issue in the debate over gun ownership in the United States. Like many other states, New Jersey has taken this issue seriously, and it recently banned the possession of high-capacity magazines for firearms. The logic behind this ban is quite obvious. Gun control advocates argue that high-capacity magazines allow… Read More »

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Federal Government Rushes to Execute First Death-Row Prisoners in 17 Years, Ignoring The Rule of Law

By Phillip J. Murphy |

In July, the federal government resumed federal death penalty executions after nearly two decades, and executed two prisoners – Daniel Lee Lewis and Wesley Purkey – after seeking emergency orders from the US Supreme Court under very controversial circumstances, including pending appeals, opposition from the victims’ family, judge, and prosecutor involved, and/or with competency… Read More »

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