The unfortunate reality for those men and women who have had any sort of contact with the criminal justice system is that the records of these encounters will likely remain on their permanent criminal record. Sadly, this can result in access to everything from employment and education to housing and other services being severely curtailed.
As we've made clear in previous posts, anyone who finds themselves out at a bar, restaurant or other area hotspot with co-workers, friends or significant others should always pause before having that one extra drink. That's because New Jersey takes a less than forgiving approach to driving while intoxicated.
You might know Atlantic City for its casinos, but gambling is only a suitable vacation pastime for adults. While in most ways 18-year-olds are legal adults, this does not apply for legally partaking in gambling activities. If your child is not yet 21, then he or she is not yet able to gamble according to New Jersey law.
Law enforcement agencies here in New Jersey have been nothing short of dedicated in their attempts to crack down on drug-related crime. Indeed, these efforts haven't been confined to just combating major offenses like distribution and manufacture, but also possession.