Welcome to Shugar Law Office, where we are dedicated to being your unwavering legal ally, guiding you through the often complex legal system and safeguarding your constitutional rights with expertise and dedication.
Our mission is clear: to uphold the rights of the accused and ensure that every individual, regardless of their circumstances, receives impartial and fair treatment in the eyes of the law. We pride ourselves on our in-depth understanding of the legal landscape, particularly in New Jersey, where we provide specialized insight into the nuances of the state’s criminal justice system.
When you’re facing criminal charges, it’s natural to feel a whirlwind of emotions. Doubt, fear, and uncertainty can cloud your judgment, leading to questions like, “Should I tell my defense attorney the truth?”
At the Shugar Law Office, we strongly believe in establishing an open line of communication with our clients. This article will guide you through the importance of being truthful with criminal defense lawyers and the implications of withholding information from them.
When you find yourself facing criminal charges in New Jersey, one of the most pivotal moments in your legal journey will undoubtedly be your initial appearance before a judge. This juncture sets the tone for your entire case and demands a clear understanding of your rights and the nature of the charges brought against you.
At Shugar Law Office, we recognize the gravity of this situation, and we’re here to ensure you’re equipped with the knowledge and guidance necessary to navigate this critical phase effectively.
Underage drinking is a concerning issue in various parts of the United States, including New Jersey. The state has implemented stringent laws to combat this problem and ensure the safety of its residents. The penalties of underage drinking in New Jersey reflect a commitment to maintaining law and order.
Here, you’ll learn about the drinking age in NJ, the laws surrounding alcohol consumption, and what to expect if you are charged with underage drinking.
A criminal record can significantly hinder your prospects, affecting everything from employment opportunities to housing applications. Fortunately, for residents of New Jersey, there’s a legal process called expungement that can help clear your criminal record. Here, the team at Shugar Law Office will provide a comprehensive guide on how to expunge a criminal record in New Jersey.
Are you facing the criminal charge of violating a restraining order in New Jersey? If so, you may be wondering if it’s possible to fight this charge. You may think that there’s no way to win or get your freedom back once the court issues a restraining order against you. The truth is, however, that it is possible to contest a restraining order and potentially have the charges dropped with the help of an experienced attorney from Shugar Law Office. This blog post examines the legal steps needed to challenge a restraining order in New Jersey so that you can restore your freedom and clear your name.
Stalking is a serious criminal offense in the state of New Jersey. In this comprehensive guide, we will define what actions qualify as stalking in New Jersey, discuss the various types of stalking, and detail the potential legal consequences for those found guilty.
At Shugar Law Office, we want you to be fully informed about the law. We’ve made it our mission to educate citizens regarding the New Jersey legal system, its complexities, and the consequences of being convicted of a crime.
The legalization of marijuana in New Jersey has brought about a new set of regulations, making it important to stay up to date on the latest requirements. Prior to the most recent ruling by New Jersey’s Supreme Court, counties and local jurisdictions varied on their acceptance of individuals for PTI if they had previously had prior minor marijuana offenses. This led to a great deal of confusion within the legal system, leading to this latest ruling.
If you have a minor marijuana offense on your record, you may be wondering what steps are necessary to comply with the new PTI requirements. Let’s dive in and explore everything you need to know about the new PTI requirements for minor marijuana offenses in New Jersey.
In order to combat the substantial rise in gun-related crimes in New Jersey, Governor Murphy has recently signed several new firearm laws in the state. These laws range from stricter concealed carry restrictions to the tracking of ammunition sales with electronic records. New Jersey is only behind California in having the strictest gun laws in the United States.
Here we’ll go over some of the changes recently made to New Jersey’s gun laws and how they may impact your ability to carry a firearm in the Garden State.
“What is implied consent?” It’s a question many New Jersey drivers may have asked themselves, especially after being pulled over for a suspected DUI/DWI. Implied Consent Law in New Jersey means an individual has given “implied consent” to any breathalyzer or chemical tests requested by a police officer if pulled over on a public road. This consent is given when one applies for and receives a driver’s license in the Garden State.
Implied consent is an important part of traffic law designed to protect the public from individuals who may be under the influence while operating a motor vehicle. Although Implied Consent Laws in NJ allow a police officer to request you test for drugs or alcohol when suspected of DUI/DWI, it does not mean you have to legally consent to a test, but doing so will come at a cost. Let’s review some aspects of Implied Consent Law in New Jersey.