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Author Archives: David Jay Glassman

Live Streaming Sexual Assault Leads to Charges of Child Endangerment

A Hazlet, New Jersey man who ran a website live streaming sex acts is under arrest after an investigation disclosed that girls as young as 14 were being paid to perform. According to reports, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security charged Robert J. Ianuale, 32, with: “two counts of… Read More »

Easter Tragedy Spurs Debate over NJ DUI Laws

Are New Jersey DUI laws too lax, or are they not enforced sufficiently? That’s what anti-drunk-driving activists and state legislators are debating after an Easter weekend traffic collision killed an elderly couple and injured several others. Twenty-three-year-old Frank Cabezas was arrested March 26 on multiple charges that include DWI, two counts of death by auto,… Read More »

Newport Mall Easter Bunny Arrested for Aggravated Assault

If you didn’t get any chocolate or colored eggs for Easter this year, you might blame authorities in Jersey City, who arrested the holiday hare a week prior to the big event. On March 20, police arrested Kassim Charles, 22, hired to play the Newport Centre Mall’s Easter Bunny, on charges of aggravated assault and… Read More »

NJ Case Illustrates Fine Line Between Harassment and Protected Speech

A New Jersey Appeals court recently ruled that speech taken by one person to be harassing and menacing was actually constitutionally protected. The case arose from a personal feud between two New Jersey corrections officers that escalated to the point where one officer created derogatory fliers that were distributed in the garage and the locker… Read More »

Torched Trump Sign Could Bring Charges of Criminal Mischief

In the political season, many New Jersey residents exercise their First Amendment rights by placing signs on their lawns and bumper stickers on their cars. But if you’re thinking about making a statement by defacing those signs or scraping off those bumper stickers, you could be inviting criminal charges. Take, for example, the case in… Read More »

Hoboken’s Leprecon Pub Crawl Marred by Aggravated Assault

Hoboken’s annual St. Patrick’s Day ritual known as Leprecon concluded early Sunday morning, March 6, as a former college football player was charged with assaulting two police officers. Christopher Smallwood, 24, a former running back at Delaware Valley State University, was fleeing the scene of a fight that had broken out at a McDonald’s on… Read More »

Are Red States Stricter than Blue States on DUI?

In this presidential election year, it’s tempting to look at everything from a political lens. The consumer website WalletHub.com set out to rank states according to the strictness of their DUI laws, judging them on numerous criteria, including: Minimum jail time for first and second offenses Whether a DUI is an automatic felony The length… Read More »

Guidelines for Transporting a Firearm Into or Through New Jersey

Individuals who legally own firearms are allowed to bring their weapons into the state of New Jersey. However, they must follow certain rules or risk being subject to serious weapons charges. The following are some of key guidelines for bringing a firearm into or through the Garden State. Firearms transported into the state All firearms… Read More »

What is Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute in New Jersey?

Drug possession with intent to distribute is a crime with two simple elements — the first being the actual possession of illegal drugs and the second being a demonstrable intent to sell those substances to other people. Per New Jersey law, drug possession means that a suspect was allegedly in physical possession of drugs when… Read More »

Defense Strategies for Assault Charges in New Jersey

There are two types of assault charges in New Jersey: simple assault and aggravated assault. In general, simple assault occurs when one person tries to cause harm to another person, threatens someone else or actually causes harm through recklessness. Aggravated assault, which tends to be more serious, involves physical harm or the use of a… Read More »