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January 2015 Archives

New Jersey divorce affects how parents file taxes

Filing taxes each year can be a stressful endeavor for anyone. However, the process requires specific actions from divorced and unmarried parents when claiming dependents. The parents will have to decide who claims a child as a dependent, for example. A clear understanding of the ways to manage taxes each year can reduce confusion and disputes when it is time to file.

Problems of false memory with testimony and confessions

New Jersey criminal cases often involve testimony by multiple witnesses and, sometimes, a confession by a criminal defendant. Confessions and eyewitness accounts of events have both been shown to be problematic, as memory is inherently faulty and easily influenced.

Police offer reward for information on New Jersey man

Police say a 22-year-old man turned himself in to New Jersey authorities on Jan. 13 to answer to multiple charges, including possession of steroids and drug paraphernalia. However, they say the whereabouts of his accomplice were still unknown, and they were offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who had any information. Authorities believe the 23-year-old man may have fled the state to avoid drug and weapons possession charges.

Authorities arrest Princeton student for drugs

In New Jersey, federal agents arrested a 20-year-old Princeton University student when the man attempted to pick up packages that allegedly contained drugs, including 7 grams of ecstasy. The packages, which originated from an overseas location, had been sent to the school's campus mailroom. When drugs were allegedly detected, authorities reportedly watched the campus mailroom to arrest whomever came to retrieve the packages.

Avoiding car crash injuries

When a motor vehicle accident occurs on New Jersey roads, many types of injuries can result. The nature and severity of these injuries can vary based on several factors, such as speed and the type of crash. When injures occur, it may be possible to hold the responsible driver legally accountable.

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