Mark M. Cheser 35 Years of Criminal Defense Experience
If you need us, we're nearby.
866-456-9864 Call us 24/7!

November 2017 Archives

New Jersey woman faces DWI charges

A woman leaving her driveway managed to get herself into some serious legal trouble, a recent news story reports. The New Jersey resident was involved in an auto accident and was arrested by authorities for DWI charges. More details about the incident were revealed in an online version of the New Jersey Herald. 

Couple detained over hibiscus plant

Imagine going about your usual morning routine when there is suddenly a loud knock on the door. You open it and, as you stand there only half dressed, you find yourself suddenly surrounded by police questioning you about illegally growing marijuana. This is exactly what happened to a couple in Pennsylvania.

Wife of New Jersey governor cited for traffic violations

In a twist of fate, the wife of the person who created the distracted driving policy was fined for violating that law. According to new legislation, police officers can cite individuals for traffic violations if they are using a cellular phone while driving. In New Jersey, the law can include any activity deemed distracting, but cell phones are typically the most likely culprit. 

New Jersey man gets drug charges in alleged plot incident

Weapons, drugs and paraphernalia were recovered after two searches in relation to a plot to kill a local police officer. A New Jersey man was reported for allegedly making claims that he intended to kill an Asbury Park police officer, leading authorities to search the man's home. While there, officers recovered illegal items and served drug charges

Former New Jersey police chief charged with violent crime

One of the state's police chiefs has come under fire for alleged misconduct while responding to a call. The man represented the New Jersey township of Bordentown and recently retired. An incident in which an arrest turned violent has led to charges of excessive force and hate crimes. The violent crime has the small suburb reeling from the news. 

Bail in New Jersey doesn't always hinge on cash

Defendants charged with crimes in New Jersey were required to post bail to insure their return to Court in order to be released. The bail was set by a Judge and was posted in cash or bond (less serious crimes having a 10% option in cash). The bail was posted either personally or by a bondsman who would normally charge 10% of the bond as a fee. This system created inequities since indigent defendants could be held on relatively minor charges for long periods while dangerous criminals with resources would be released.

No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Email Us For A Response

Get started on your defense today. Contact us now.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Union Office
2424 Morris Ave.
Suite 202
Union, NJ 07083

Toll Free: 866-456-9864
Union Law Office

Middlesex County
Metro Park Center
33 Wood Ave South
Iselin, NJ 08830

Map & Directions

Middlesex County
197 State Route 18 South
East Brunswick, NJ 08816

Map & Directions

Somerset County
1200 Route 22 East
East Bridgewater, NJ 08807

Map & Directions

Monmouth County
Freehold Center
4400 Route 9
South Freehold, NJ 07728

Map & Directions

Morris County
Madison Avenue Center
55 Madison Avenue
Morristown, NJ 07960

Map & Directions

Mercer County
Princeton Center
116 Village Boulevard
Princeton, NJ 08540

Map & Directions

Essex County
Gateway Center
One Gateway Center
Newark, NJ 07102

Map & Directions