Roxbury High School Principal Charged with Criminal Sexual Contact

Roxbury NJ Sex Crime AttorneysA man who previously worked as an assistant principal at Roxbury High School in Roxbury New Jersey has been indicted on charges of criminal sexual contact. The suspect, a 57-year-old resident of Rockaway Township, NJ, was an assistant principal at the Roxbury NJ high school until resigning from the job. View Full Post
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Could a Condominium Face Legal Trouble Because of Residents’ Blog Against Emotional Support Animals

By | Lancaster Law Blog | April 21, 2017
I have written a number of times on this blog about providing reasonable accommodations for “service animals” and “emotional support animals.”  This legal battle continues to affect condominium and homeowner association communities.  A recent case shows a new way that a condominium association could get in trouble for refusing to provide a reasonable accommodation: because of a neighbor’s blog post. View Full Post
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Fighting DWI/DUI with a Minor in the Vehicle Charges in New Jersey

Morristown NJ DWI Defense AttorneysIf you were pulled over by law enforcement for allegedly Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) with a minor child in the vehicle, the Tormey Law Firm LLC can help you fight the charges and avoid the most severe penalties. These cases are often very complicated because the defendant may be subject to traffic citations, criminal charges for child endangerment, and even a DCP&P investigation for child neglect. View Full Post
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Waldwick Man Pleads Guilty to Carjacking Charges in Paterson, NJ

Waldwick NJ Armed Robbery ChargesA Waldwick NJ man is going to federal prison after he pleaded guilty to a host of criminal charges related to an armed robbery in Passaic County, New Jersey. The suspect, a 21-year-old male from Waldwick, NJ, was allegedly one of several men who committed an armed robbery at the PD Benders Tavern in Hawthorne on December 25. View Full Post
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Federal Rule Changes Impacting Equity Crowdfunding and Social Media Use Go into Effect Today

By | Lancaster Law Blog | April 20, 2017
For entrepreneurs in states that permit state equity crowdfunding, effective today, a change in federal rules will allow those states to allow entrepreneurs to use social media to solicit out of state residents to raise money for their business ventures. This article posted on LancasterOnline describes the impact of the law change on businesses raising money pursuant to state crowdfunding laws: Law change could boost little-used state crowdfunding laws. View Full Post
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Morris County Man Accused of Violating Megan’s Law Sex Offender Registration Requirements

Dover NJ Sex Crime SuspectA convicted sex offender reportedly admitted to law enforcement that he violated Megan’s Law when he failed register as a sex offender in Morris County, New Jersey. The suspect, a 54-year-old male, was previously convicted of a sex crime and subsequently classified as a high-risk, Tier-3 offender. View Full Post
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Police Arrest Suspect in Car Burglaries, Thefts in Hanover Township

Hanover New Jersey Theft AttorneysPolice officers recently arrested a Hanover NJ man who allegedly committed motor vehicle break-ins and thefts over a 10-month period. The suspect is a 20-year-old man from the Cedar Knolls section of Hanover Township, New Jersey. According to authorities, the suspect broke into at least 15 cars parked on roads in Hanover NJ and stole valuables. View Full Post
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Markeith Loyd News Coverage: Terence Lenamon Profile

There’s still talk that Terence Lenamon may participate in the defense of Markeith Loyd even after the judge declined the defendant’s request that Terry Lenamon be appointed as his defense counsel.  Terence Lenamon Profile Once again, Terence Lenamon is not issuing any news release here, but is sharing the following media profile and interview from the Orlando Sentinel published earlier this week regarding the Markeith Loyd case, written by Rene Stutzman: "Terry Lenamon, Markeith Loyd’s hand-picked attorney: A staunch opponent of the death penalty." Terence Lenamon Memoir For those interested in learning more about Terence Lenamon’s attitude toward representing death penalty defendants as well as his past case experience, they can always check out the short memoir he published a few years back.  It’s also available in paperback at Amazon.com. View Full Post
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