The average person can easily give away information that they have a right to withhold from law enforcement. Remember, you don’t always have to answer questions or allow police to enter your home. In fact, some police officers may try to lure you if you don’t know your rights.
Changes in your child’s behavior, health, and appearance can tip you off that something may be wrong. If you discover that your child is using illegal drugs, it’s important to take swift action and break the cycle of addiction before your child experiences the severe health and legal consequences that often accompany drug use.
Some people believe the myth that a DUI/DWI arrest is "no big deal." After all, New Jersey classifies them as traffic offenses instead of as crimes, so they can't be that bad, right? Simply put, this is quite wrong. Yes, New Jersey statutes separate DUI from such violent crimes as murder and assault, but this doesn't mean it isn't still a very serious offense.