two r.v sharing the same law

I have a question: Let $X=B^{+}$ or $X=|B|$ where $B$ is the standard Brownian motion.

Set

$$J_p=\sup_{t\geq 0}(X_t-t^{\frac{p}{2}})$$

where $p>1$ and $q$ its conjugate number($p^{-1}+q^{-1}=1$). Prove $J_p$ is a.s. strictly positive and has the same law as

$$\sup_{t\geq 0}\left(\frac{X_t}{1+t^{\frac{p}{2}}}\right)^q$$

Thanks a lot for your help!

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In both cases, $(X_t)$ and $(Y_t)$ coincide in law where $Y_t=a^{-1}X_{a^2t}$ for some $a\gt0$. Fix $x\gt0$, then $$[J_p\leqslant x]=[\forall t,X_t\leqslant x+t^{p/2}]=[\forall t,Y_{t}\leqslant a^{-1}x+a^{p-1}t^{p/2}].$$ Choosing $a=x^{1/p}$, one gets $$[J_p\leqslant x]=[\forall t,Y_t\leqslant x^{1/q}+x^{1/q}t^{p/2}]=[\forall t,(1+t^{p/2})^{-q}Y_t^q\leqslant x]=[K_p\leqslant x],$$ where $$K_p=\sup\limits_{t\geqslant0}\,(1+t^{p/2})^{-q}Y_t^q.$$ This holds for every $x$ hence $J_p=K_p$ almost surely. Finally, $(X_t)$ and $(Y_t)$ coincide in distribution hence $J_p$ coincides in distribution with $\sup\limits_{t\geqslant0}\, Z_t^q$, where $Z_t=X_t/(1+t^{p/2})$.