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Neptune Car Accident Prompts Search for Driver

January 1, 2015
Neptune Car Accident Prompts Search for Driver

Neptune police officers are currently investigating a recent car accident involving a driver who crashed into a guardrail and subsequently fled the scene, leaving the vehicle behind. According to Lieutenant Scott Cox of the Neptune Police Department, officers arrived at the scene of the accident on Route 18 at approximately 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 1st. […]

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Theft at Eatontown Church Results in Two Arrests

December 26, 2014
Wall Township NJ Resisting Arrest Defense Attorneys

A man and a woman have been arrested on charges including burglary and theft for allegedly stealing thousands in collection money from an Eatontown church recently. Authorities have accused 44-year-old Brick resident Pedro Aviles and 49-year-old Wall resident Helen Dabrowski of stealing approximately $1,500 from the St. Dorothea Roman Catholic Church located on Broad Street […]

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West Long Branch Attorney Sentenced for White Collar Crimes

December 23, 2014
West Long Branch Attorney Sentenced for White Collar Crimes

A disbarred attorney and former candidate for U.S. Senate from West Long Branch was recently sentenced in Monmouth County Superior Court for white-collar crimes and contempt of court, as officials say he misappropriated court-entrusted funds for personal purposes. 50-year-old Eugene M. LaVergne, a former attorney, faced criminal charges for allegedly stealing approximately $108,000 of the […]

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Monmouth County Prescription Fraud Investigation Leads to 7 Arrests

December 22, 2014
Shrewsbury NJ Prescription Fraud Defense Attorneys

Following an extensive investigation conducted by detectives from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office in coordination with officers from the Middletown and Hazlet Police Departments, a total of seven individuals have been arrested for allegedly participating in transactions involving fraudulent oxycodone prescriptions. Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni recently announced the arrests of 51-year-old Kenneth Lewandowski, […]

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Ocean Twp. Police Arrest 3 for Alleged Attempted Burglaries

December 20, 2014
Rumson NJ Auto Theft Defense Attorneys

Three young men, one of whom is a juvenile, have been accused of multiple attempted burglaries involving vehicles in Ocean Township. The two adults are now facing attempted burglary charges, while the underage defendant was issued a juvenile complaint related to the crimes. A resident who allegedly witnessed three individuals attempting to open the doors of multiple […]

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Asbury Park Man Charged with Assault, Weapons Offenses

December 18, 2014
Asbury Park Man Charged with Assault, Weapons Offenses

Law enforcement officials recently responded to an alleged domestic violence incident at an Asbury Park residence and subsequently arrested a man who is now facing charges for aggravated assault, terroristic threats, and multiple weapons offenses. According to reports, a family member of the alleged victim notified police that the woman might be in danger, at […]

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Give Your Family The Gift Of Estate Planning

November 22, 2014
Give Your Family The Gift Of Estate Planning

Give Your Family The Gift Of Estate Planning Most people spend their lifetime working to provide a good life for their families. They strive to provide their spouses and children with the best of everything. However, if they don’t have an effective estate plan in place they haven’t done a complete job. An estate plan […]

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The ‘Mansion Tax’ And Other New Developments In New Jersey Law

November 22, 2014
The ‘Mansion Tax’ And Other New Developments In New Jersey Law

The ‘Mansion Tax’ And Other New Developments In New Jersey Law Although the snow is lingering longer then we expected this year, spring is just around the corner, and with the warm weather, many in the community start planning the annual exodus to the Jersey Shore. Some already own homes, some rent, and others decide […]

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To Maximize Your Gifts To Charity, Make ‘Uncle Sam’ Your Partner

November 22, 2014
To Maximize Your Gifts To Charity, Make ‘Uncle Sam’ Your Partner

To Maximize Your Gifts To Charity, Make ‘Uncle Sam’ Your Partner Who could have imagined that the United States government, the same entity that is consumed with taxing and spending, would be an observant Jew’s most effective partner and ally in fulfilling the mitzvah of tzedakah? And I’m not referring to the familiar tax deduction […]

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