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MICHAEL SMOLENSKY, ESQUIRE ATTORNEY
Charge: Cocaine Conspiracy.
Result: Indictment Dismissed.
State of New Jersey v. Cordero, et al.
Charge: CDS Possession.
Result: Franks violation.
State of New Jersey v. Anderson
Charge: Fraudulent Credit Card Use.
Result: Indictment Dismissed.
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, 2008
M.S., Education, Simmons Graduate School, Boston, MA, 1999
B.A., History and Spanish, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 1994
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Be confident when your day in court comes with Michael Smolensky on your side. An aggressive, experienced, and capable attorney who has argued in the court may be the difference. Call now—(856) 812-0321
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FROM OUR BLOG
Obstructing Administration of Law, N.J.S.A. 2c:29-1Failure to open the door resulted in charges for obstructing administration of law, aggravated assault on a police officer, and
Cyber-Harassment, N.J.S.A. 2c:33-4.1Police in Andover, NJ, charged three middle school students with cyber-harassment and harassment, per the news. About 13 to 14
Fictitious Police Report, N.J.S.A. 2c:28-4Burlington Township cops claim two men called 911 to divert police from their traffic stop. It all began when an
Attica Prison Uprising: An American Powder KegAttica Prison Powder Keg On September 9, 1971, prisoners in Attica, New York, rebelled. Various factors—viewed as “disciplinary measures” by
Obstructing Highways and Other Public Passages, N.J.S.A. 2c:33-7Carneys Point cops charged a man with possession, use, or being under the influence of marijuana under 50 grams and
NJ Law Enforcement Directive 2006-5 and Grand Jury WaiverI blogged previously about NJ Law Enforcement Directive 2006-5 and it’s 2015 supplement (Directive). Ordinarily it requires a grand jury
Defaced Firearm Possession, N.J.S.A. 2c:39-3dOn New Year’s Day, Penns Grove police stopped a motorist based on a tip, per the news. During the stop,
Drug possession by motor vehicle operator, N.J.S.A. 39:4-49.1Cranford cops charged three men with crimes on New Year’s Day, 2017, per the news. During a car stop, the
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), N.J.S.A. 39:4-50Fairfield cops charged a woman after she allegedly hit a patrol car near 3 a.m. over the weekend. Additionally, police
Fraudulent Use of Credit Card, N.J.S.A. 2c:21-6(h)Clayton cops claim a pair tried and failed to use someone else’s credit card at an Acme store. But then