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You need a lawyer or a Public Defender. You cannot represent yourself. Please call me. Ed Dimon, Esq. 732-797-1600

These are serious charges and there will be serious consequences  if you can prove your case. We have had cases where people go to jail. Please call me. Ed Dimon, Esq. 732-797-1600

If you are eligible for a sealing or an expungement the time fram is usually from 6 months to a year to complete it.  This is mainly due to the delay while the Florida Department of Law Enforceme ...

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This guy called me 40 times with voicemails saying he was waiting for me.

Q:  I am seeing this lady and her soon to be ex-husband thought I was with her in a hotel. So, he called me 40 times in a few hours and left voicemails saying he was waiting for me and was going ...

COMMUNITY SERVICE SHOULD NOT BE PUNISHMENT

COMMUNITY SERVICE SHOULD NOT BE PUNISHMENTIf you are convicted of DUI in Georgia, you must be sentenced to perform community service.Community service is also commonly ordered in other types of cases. ...

Sold 6.5 grams of marijuana and got a felony

Q: This happened 10 years ago when I attended Penn State. I have had no trouble since. Even the D.A. later said “usually you get a choice of either a misdemeanor and a few months of jail or a fe ...

GEORGIA’S SECOND CHANCE LAW

GEORGIA’S SECOND CHANCE LAWToday, there are many people living in Georgia who avoided a felony conviction by successfullycompleting their sentence under Georgia’s First Offender Act. They ...

Can a non-traffic citation turn into a felony if I missed court?

Q: I had a yellow ticket non-traffic citation for a minor harassment from confronting a person. I had my background apparently checked with an employer and says I have a felon? is it possible that I a ...

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