Matthew R. Sage, Esq., an attorney of law specializing in personal injury and criminal defense litigation in Toms River, New Jersey, was recently honored with the highly-prestigious Young Lawyer Award by the New Jersey Ocean County Bar Association (OCBA) during ceremonies held on Law Day at the Ocean County Courthouse on May 1, 2010. Established […]
New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyer Matt Sage
If you're facing criminal charges or investigation, you need to consider all your options. A criminal conviction can result in a permanent criminal record, criminal fines, penalties, and time in jail. Each step you take may impact your life for many years. If you're facing criminal charges or investigation in New Jersey, talk with one of our experienced New Jersey criminal defense lawyers today.
The NIDA has recently provided a chart displaying past illicit drug use reports. In general, the numbers are rather good, from 2006 to 2007, the number of 8th graders confirming lifetime use of any illicit drug decreased from 20.9% to 19.0%. The noted past year use amongst 8th graders declined from 14.8% to 13.2%. Furthermore, […]
When a person is looking at criminal charges, more often than not, they are better off discussing their situation with a qualified criminal defense attorney. Regardless of whether or not the person hires the prospective lawyer, getting an initial consultation will provide insight into options that the accused probably didn’t consider themselves. Specifically, the criminal […]
He had gone to a soiree with his company and had a bit too much to drink. As soon as it was time to leave the gathering, he was aware that he had consumed a great deal of booze however he was sure that the simple drive home would be without issue. So, instead of […]
You’ve heard them before. “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.” Typically, individuals believe that a police officer is required to provide every citizen whom they stop or with whom they speak their Miranda warnings. However, that is not accurate. […]