If you have a public job or office, you could stand to lose it if convicted of certain offenses. But how do you know when you're in trouble? Which offenses cause a problem?

You need to avoid any conviction of an offense that involves dishonesty or "involves or touches upon" your public office or employment. If the crim just involves dishonesty, you will lose your job, but can have public employment in the future. If the offense "involves or touches upon" your job, you will be barred from all∫ public employment.

This is very serious and not something that you want to handle yourself. No one, especially in this economy, can afford to lose their job. If you live in southern New Jersey, have a public job or office, and are charged with a crime like this, please feel free to please feel free to call me at 856-432-4113 or contact me through this site to schedule an appointment for a free consultation in my Woodbury office.

If you are looking for more information on New Jersey's traffic laws, then download my free book, A Guide to Driving Legally in NJ, and Surviving Traffic Court If You Don't.

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