Every bike accident is different – the facts and circumstances will determine which types of damages the victim and the victim’s family can successfully pursue.
Being arrested in New Jersey is one of the most unpleasant experiences a person can encounter. However, you are not necessarily guilty of committing a crime because you have been arrested. You are presumed innocent until being found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
Criminal liability arises whenever a person commits assault upon another person. The attorneys at Wiley Lavender, P.C. can provide the legal representation that a person charged with assault will need.
Wiley Lavender is a proud Red Nose sponsor of the 2nd Annual Pitties and Pals White Party. The event will take place at the Molly Pitcher Inn in Red Bank on Friday, August 9, 2019 from 8 PM – 11 PM.
Every personal injury case if different. The facts and circumstances will determine which types of damages the victim and the victim’s family can successfully pursue.
Parents can contact the attorneys at Wiley Lavender, P.C. when their college student has come into contact with New Jersey police and courts regarding drugs.
The attorneys at Wiley Lavender, P.C. can provide the required services that parents seeking legal representation for their college student.
New Jersey residents who get injured in a car accident must be careful about what they do after the accident if they wish pursue a legal claim.
Getting injured can be a traumatic experience. Above all, just obtaining the proper medical treatment and hopefully recovering fully is a task in itself. Many people understand that they may be able to recover money if they are injured. However, there are a number of mistakes that can be made that can reduce or even eliminate the possibility of recovering money from the party that injured you.
When you are pulled over by a police officer, there are a few things you should keep in mind - be respectful, know when to give them your PBA card, don't make admissions, and behave appropriately in court.
Municipal courts are courts of law, created under Article Six, Section One of the Constitution of the New Jersey. Municipal courts are courts of “limited jurisdiction”, which means only certain kinds of cases can be tried in them.