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Robert N. Agre Recognized as SJ Magazine’s 2017 Top Attorneys

It is our pleasure to announce that partner Robert N. Agre of the Agre & Jensen law firm has been recognized as one of SJ Magazine’s 2017 Top Attorneys. Every year, SJ Magazine features a list honoring an esteemed slate of notable attorneys in South Jersey in their August issue. Fellow South Jersey lawyers nominate […]

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Robert N. Agre Honored as New Jersey Super Lawyer 2017

The team at Agre & Jensen is pleased to announce that partner Robert N. Agre has been named a Top-Rated Criminal Defense Attorney for 2017.This is Mr. Agre’s tenth consecutive year being recognized as a New Jersey Super Lawyer. Mr. Agre’s other areas of practice include trial practice, personal injury, legal ethics, and municipal law. […]

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South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Megan’s Law

In New Jersey, convictions for certain sex offenses can result in an individual having to register as a sex offender pursuant to Megan’s Law. An individual required to register under Megan’s Law might also be sentenced to Community Supervision for Life or Parole Supervision for life, depending on the nature of the offense for which […]

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Annmarie Jensen and Robert Agre Selected to SJ Magazine’s Top Attorneys 2016

Annmarie Jensen and Robert Agre have both been selected to SJ Magazine’s Top Attorneys 2016 list. This honor is awarded to South Jersey lawyers who have been recognized by their peers for their excellence and integrity in the practice of law. Annmarie Jensen is listed as a Top Attorney in Family Mediation. Ms. Jensen is […]

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South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Death by Auto

Drivers who are accused of causing fatal accidents by driving recklessly will in most circumstances be prosecuted for violating New Jersey’s vehicular homicide statute, N.J.S.A. 2C:11-5.  The majority of drivers prosecuted for vehicular homicide are accused of impaired driving resulting from high blood alcohol concentrations or the ingestion of drugs. In other cases, sleep deprivation […]

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South Jersey Criminals Lawyers: Domestic Violence in New Jersey

  Domestic violence as defined by the New Jersey Criminal Code can incorporate a number of offenses from harassment, a petty disorderly persons offense, to murder, a crime of the first degree carrying a potential life sentence. South Jersey criminal lawyers report that victims of domestic violence include family members, spouses or former spouses, or […]

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South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Drug Court

In New Jersey, substance abusing adults who have been charged with non-violent, indictable offenses have an alternative to a sentence of incarceration or traditional probation: Drug Court.  The Superior Court of New Jersey Drug Court program is designed to help treat the addictions of substance-abusing defendants through treatment programs, rehabilitation, and intensive probation supervision.  The […]

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Know Your Rights If You Are Injured In An Automobile Accident

by Annmarie Jensen, Esq. All too frequently, automobile accidents cause major disruptions in individual lives, either because a motor vehicle has been damaged or, worse, because personal injury has been caused.  In addition, sometimes tickets or citations are issues to those who have been involved in the accident and legal representation is needed to protect […]

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South Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyers discuss Legal Process after Harassment Claim

Harassment is an offense which frequently is cited in support of requests for temporary and final restraining orders.  When prosecuted in municipal court as a “stand alone” offense, harassment is a petty disorderly persons offense punishable by up to 30 days in jail, a $500 fine, a $75 Safe Neighborhood’s penalty and a $50 violent […]

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South Jersey Criminal Defense Attorneys Discuss Sexual Misconduct Charges

Among the many offenses alleging some form of sexual misconduct, the crime of sexual assault is frequently charged.  In New Jersey, sexual assault is a crime of second degree and carries with it a presumption of imprisonment.  The normal sentencing range for a crime of sexual assault is between five (5) and ten (10) years […]

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