Randolph H Wolf’s Guides

Randolph H Wolf

Red Bank Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Car Accident Law : Frequently Asked Questions

    Written by attorney Randolph Wolf, almost 2 years ago.

    If I am involved in an accident, what should I do? Contact the police and remain at the scene. Exchange insurance information with the other person(s) involved. Give a complete statement of what took place to the police. If you have a camera (cell phone camera would work), take ...

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  2. Deportation Consequences: Shoplifting Convictions in Municipal Court

    Written by attorney Randolph Wolf, almost 2 years ago.

    Pursuant to the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), shoplifting is defined as a crime involving moral turpitude.Under certain circumstances, a conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude may result in deportation consequences.This article addresses those circumstances. Pu...

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  3. New Jersey’s Standard for Trying Juveniles as Adults

    Written by attorney Randolph Wolf, almost 2 years ago.

    In a recent decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that prosecutors must make a greater showing in order to try juveniles as adults.In the case, three juveniles, aged 16 and 17, challenged a lower courts decision granting the Middlesex Prosecutors Offices request to try them...

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  4. Out of State Traffic Ticket Guide

    Written by attorney Randolph Wolf, about 2 years ago.

    There has long been contention over how to deal with out of state traffic tickets. Many will tell you to toss it because it won't follow you home; unfortunately, this is a fallacy, and unpaid or uncontested tickets can cause you grief in your home state and with your insurance c...

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  5. New Jersey DWI Law: Breathalyzer Tests

    Written by attorney Randolph Wolf, about 2 years ago.

    The New Jersey Drinking and Driving Statute, N.J.S.A. 39:4-50, explicitly discusses the use of a breath-alcohol test to determine a suspected drunk driver's blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Under New Jersey Law, operators of motor vehicles give their "implied consent" to submi...

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