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Experts urge motorists to remain vigilant during Memorial Day weekend

At this very moment, workers across New Jersey are counting down the hours until the end of the workday and the start of the Memorial Day weekend. Indeed, while many are planning to stay close to home and enjoy time with family and friends, many others have their vehicles packed for a long weekend.

Why would a permanent resident not show up for court?

Living in New Jersey (or any state for that matter) as an immigrant is often a challenging experience. Although many say much progress has been made in recent years, and those who emigrate to the United States in search of better lives have much more opportunity to bring their dreams to fruition than those who trod similar paths several decades ago, countless others live in fear that even a most minor traffic infraction may lead to deportation.

Did you know May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

In less than two weeks, people across the state of New Jersey will be heading to points both near and far for Memorial Day weekend. While most will be hitting the roads and highways in their car, truck or sport utility vehicle, still others will be going by motorcycle, anxious for the feel of the open road.

A misdemeanor is no big deal, right?

No crime is minor. Even if you suffer no immediate penalties, a conviction on your record may impede your future in ways you can't imagine. While you may be tempted to shrug off a speeding ticket or plead guilty to a misdemeanor just to get it over with, you may be making a mistake that will punish you for years to come.

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