today i found out on my mail box a card from an investigator from nj state department of banking and insurance, im concerned on the back of the card investigator wrote my name to call on 10/4/2014.. im not sure why an investigator from the state is looking for me.. what could be the reasons?
Any answer would be a guess. Perhaps re-post your question on the NJ Avvo page.
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Curious, given that October 4th was 7 days ago. You might want to have a discussion with a criminal defense attorney before you talk to this person.
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This could be serious. You should not discuss this further online. contact an experienced criminal defense attorney asap to discuss privately. It would help to hire an attorney admitted to both the NY and NJ bars in cases there are issues involving both states. In my past experiences handling cases like this for clients in NY and NJ, anything is possible and it is best to prepare before it happens. Good luck.
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I suggest you consult an experienced New Jersey Criminal Defense attorney -preferably one with experience dealing with that particular department. - without delay
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