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Category Archives: Weapons Offenses

NJ Supreme Court Establishes Guideline for Graves Act Waiver Procedure on Gun Cases

NJ Gun Laws On April 5, 2017, in State v. Shaquille E. Nance, Taja Willis-Bolton, and Alvin D. Williams, the New Jersey Supreme Court set forth the procedural framework for the appropriate application of Graves Act waivers. The Graves Act, N.J.S.A. 2C:43-6(c) imposes a mandatory minimum term of incarceration, without parole eligibility, on an offender…Continue Reading

Warren County NJ BB Gun Charges Result in PTI Admission and No Criminal Record

Belvidere NJ BB Gun Charge Defense Lawyers The Warren County criminal defense team at the Tormey Law Firm just helped another satisfied client avoid a criminal record in the New Jersey Superior Court, Criminal Division, in Belvidere, New Jersey. Initially, out client was facing multiple third degree weapons charges for the unlawful possession of weapons pursuant…Continue Reading

Two Suspects Busted with Drugs, Gun on GWB in Fort Lee, NJ

Port Authority police officers recently arrested two people on handgun possession charges and drug possession charges on the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, NJ. The arrests were made within 12 hours of each other. Police officers made the first arrest around 4:40 p.m. when patrol cops spotted a 2003 Volvo with a cracked windshield.…Continue Reading

Tormey Law Firm Beats Jersey City NJ Gun Charge

Christopher Perry, Esq. of the Tormey Law Firm LLC recently helped a client beat criminal charges for illegal possession of a handgun. This crime is classified as a second degree felony, so the client faced up to 10 years in New Jersey State Prison if convicted on the very serious charges. Our client was arrested…Continue Reading

NY Men Accused of Possessing Cocaine, Firearm in Hackensack, New Jersey

Bergen County law enforcement recently arrested two NY men accused of possessing cocaine while driving through Hackensack, New Jersey. According to officials, Hackensack police officers conducted a traffic stop and pulled over the suspects’ vehicle. The Hackensack NJ cops reportedly saw an automatic weapon in plain sight and immediately notified the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department…Continue Reading

Senior Citizen Accused of Selling Handguns to Undercover Cop in East Rutherford, NJ

East Rutherford NJ police recently arrested a man accused of attempting to illegally sell handguns and ammunition to undercover officers. The suspect is a 77-year-old man from Bayonne, New Jersey. The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office recently issued a statement indicating that the suspect arranged to meet with an undercover detective and agreed to sell the…Continue Reading

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