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Personal injury claim possible in deadly New Jersey accident

There is a lot to be said for doing the right thing. This definitely applies to adhering to traffic laws and taking responsibility for one's actions. When this does not happen, the result can be tragic, and there is the possibility of a personal injury or wrongful death claim being filed in a New Jersey civil court.

Things to know about immigration detention in New Jersey

You may be one of thousands of people who came to New Jersey in search of better lives for themselves and their children. Often, immigrants flee war-torn nations, abject poverty and imminent violence. Others are entrepreneurs who wish to invest in the American economy and add their own business ideas and savvy skills to the mix. Life as an immigrant is often challenging; many people face language barriers and/or obstacles with their visas or other residency status issues.

Data shows occupations may affect family law outcome

While the media may speak lightly of divorce, for almost anyone going through it, it is an emotional and potentially overwhelming affair. While in the midst of it, many in New Jersey may not be able to pinpoint the reasons why their marriages ended. However, new family law data shows that one's job may play an important role in the deterioration of a relationship.

Charged with robbery, now what?

The state of New Jersey does not treat violent crimes lightly. Those accused of such crimes could face significant penalties if ultimately convicted. Robbery is one type of violent crime seen fairly frequently in the state. Are you accused of committing a robbery? If so, you likely have a lot of questions about what this means and what you can do to help yourself.

ICE arrests lead to need for criminal defense

Fear is a part of everyday life for some in New Jersey. They are fearful that they or a family member will be deported and no longer able to live in the community in which they have raised their children and called home for a number of years. For many of these individuals, the fear of being charged with a crime heightens this deportation fear. If this were to happen, in addition to needing a criminal defense, the individual would need someone familiar with immigration policies as well.

Charges of conspiracy and forgery require criminal defense

Every day, individuals across New Jersey buy and sell cars. Sometimes they buy from a dealer; sometimes they buy from an individual. Most of the time, these transactions require some form of financing; sometimes they are cash transactions. In all cases, however, the title is transferred to the new owner and filed with the proper agency. The need for a criminal defense in any part of this normal, everyday occurrence is not readily apparent.

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