If you blow a .08 on a blood alcohol concentration test, you may be certain police will place you under arrest. A .08 percent BAC is a per se drunk driving violation, meaning you do not have to display any other signs of intoxication for the law to consider you impaired. However, for drugged driving, arriving at that conclusion is not so easy. Because of the countless prescriptions and illegal drugs and combinations of drugs that are possible in a driver's system, determining drug impairment is more complicated.
Many New Jersey residents are immigrants who have been granted permission to live and work in the United States through the asylum process. Immigration laws are complex and it is not uncommon for men and women seeking asylum to encounter challenges in the process. However, a 25-year-old man in another state who sought protection in this country after fleeing gang violence in his country of origin says he never thought he'd have to face perpetual hunger and other problems he's had since being detained.
New Jersey veterans often encounter challenges when they return home from deployment overseas. Especially if they've faced combat, the sudden change in circumstances and return to daily living can be a shock to their systems. A U.S. marine in another state served in Afghanistan, but he was totally unprepared for the unfortunate events that unfolded after he came home. Even though he was born in the United States, the man was arrested by immigration officers and threatened with deportation.
Traveling in New Jersey can be risky, especially in winter. One never knows when inclement road conditions or a negligent driver will cause a collision. Fatal personal injury is a common result of such incidents, as was the case in a recent crash involving multiple vehicles.
The end of January begins the tax season for 2018 returns, and it could be an extraordinarily confusing year. The new tax laws go into effect for this tax year, and with all of the changes, you may find it a challenge to get things right.
Parents are grieving the loss of their young son who was killed in a recent drunk driving accident, and the parents claim the bar that served the driver may share part of the blame for what happened. The 20-year-old student at The College of New Jersey was taking fellow students home from a party when his vehicle was struck. This tragic personal injury incident illustrates the dangers of intoxicated driving.
New Jersey highways can be challenging to navigate, and those who do are often at risk for collision. While it is sometimes possible to avoid a crash if a potential problem is spotted and a driver is able to safely maneuver to avert an accident, more often than not, impact occurs suddenly, without warning. Personal injury is often the result of such accidents, the worst of which include fatalities.