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Dear Mr. Burt,
Thank you for your clear answers. With all due respect, after reviewing your profile it does not appear you are licensed in NJ where this offense occurred, rather in TX.
You even provided a statement within your answer, "You should always consult with a lawyer in your state." Therefore, I believe it in my best interest to make a request to have my questioned answered by a NJ attorney.
I truely do not understand if this matters to the accuracy of your answers or understanding of these matters in this jurisdiction. Again, please do not take offense to my question. It appears obvious you know your "stuff", however, I do not have much margin for error. Can you refer this to a NJ licensed crimninal attorney? I will 'accept' your answer. Thank you for your time.
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