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In May of this year, the Overdose Prevention Act went into law in the State of New Jersey. The purpose of this law is to encourage people to seek immediate medical assistance whenever a drug overdose occurs. There have been times when people have not sought medical attention for themselves or friends because they feared...
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Governor Christie has signed a bill which will double the penalties for texting and driving. Previously you received $100 penalty if you were convicted of texting and driving. Now for a first offense the fines will be between $200 to $400. For a second offense the fines will between $400 and $600 and for a...
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Katie recently attended the Bar Leader’s Institute sponsored by the American Bar Association in Chicago. The three day program was attended by more than five hundred  President- Elects of State, County and Local Bar Associations. The Program was entitled “Ignite your Leadership Journey” and  focused on increasing membership, ensuring the  bars financial future, engaging  membership...
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Katherine Hartman will be conducting a Seminar on Expungements sponsored by the  Burlington County Superior Court Vicinage Advisory Committee on Minority Concerns on Wednesday November 14, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. at the Burlington County Human Services Building, 795 Woodlane Road, Westampton, NJ 08060. There is no charge for the seminar and we will explain all...
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While I hope you will never need to know how to bail someone out of jail, the attached  video is very straightforward and easy to understand for anyone who may find themselves having to help a friend or family member.  Remember bail “agents” or bondsmen are often willing to negotiate. Don’t accept their first price!...
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