It is possible that a bench warrant may be recalled. In the event an arrest warrant has been issued you will have to be processed on that warrant.
Is it legal to ask for record and track racial ethnic information of leaseholders in an apartment complex?
Yes. The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that the Division on Civil Rights may obtain such information in order to fulfill its mission to eliminate unlawful discrimination in housing. See N.J. Builders, Owners and Managers Association v. Blair, 60 N.J. 330 (1972).
If a report is filed more than 15 calendar days late (after February 15th), the property owner(s) is/are subject to a late filing penalty of $100.00. If the report is more than 30 but less than 60 days late (after March 1st) the late filing penalty is $250.00. If the report is more than 60 but less than 90 days late (after March 31st) the penalty for late filing is $500.00. The filing of an MDRR report that is more than 90 days late is subject to a penalty designated by the Director of the Division on Civil Rights pursuant to N.J.S.A.10:5-14.1a, which can be up to $10,000 for a first offense, up to $25,000 for a second offense, and up to $50,000 for a third or subsequent offense. N.J.A.C. 13:10-2.7.
If you have been charged for a drug related offense in New Jersey, then Contact Attorney Joel Silberman.
You will be provided a date to go to court.