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Statewide crackdown on distracted driving starts this weekend

According to a recent Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind survey, 67 percent of respondents indicated that they see their fellow motorists talking on a handheld cell phone "very often," while 42 percent of respondents indicated that they see their fellow motorists texting "very often."

What if I violate my probation?

When you are given probation instead of being sent to jail, your natural reaction may understandably be to breathe a sigh of relief. However, not going to jail does come with multiple obligations that you have to meet during the term of your sentence. If you end up not meeting these probation obligations in New Jersey, the consequences can be major.

Why your wedding to-do list should include a prenup

As exciting as it can be for an engaged couple to plan their wedding, there's no denying that it can prove to be an altogether draining experience. That's because there's a venue to select, a guest list to construct, a wedding party to form, a food tasting to attend and a myriad of other tasks to complete.

Understanding the eviction process here in New Jersey

For landlords, there is nothing more important than protecting their investment, meeting the needs of their tenants and, of course, collecting monthly rent checks. Similarly, for tenants, there is nothing more important than feeling secure in their building, knowing their unit is in good working order and, of course, paying their monthly rent to secure their living arrangements.

Study: Teens practice safer driving habits following serious collisions

Studies of teen driving behaviors have long demonstrated that while their risk of being involved in serious accidents is highest in the period immediately after they start driving on their own, this risk abates over time owing to what is assumed to be the gaining of experience and maturation.

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