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Critical personal injury has ultimately turned fatal

A New Jersey community came together on a recent Saturday to support and comfort one another after hearing tragic news. It was not the first time friends, students and faculty had gathered to pray for a local family, whose 15-year-old son had suffered serious personal injury in a pedestrian collision. For the past week, he lied in a medically induced coma but has since succumbed to his injuries.

Understanding the elements of a homicide charge

If police have linked your name to a homicide, you may be wondering what you can expect from law enforcement and the New Jersey criminal justice system. The answer is that it all depends on the many factors involved in the case. Homicides fall into several categories, and whether you will face charges is a decision that authorities cannot make until they have examined the elements of the event.

Immigration issues place activist at risk for removal

New Jersey readers might be among many others across the country who are currently following the case of a man in another state. The central focus of the immigration law matter involves the man's legal status. Immigration officers recently arrested him even though he has lived, worked and been raising a family in this country for more than 25 years.

Community suffers loss after fatal personal injury in New Jersey

A New Jersey man, age 53, had served his community as a corrections officer for 23 years before his sudden, unexpected death on a recent Thursday. The former officer was on a motorcycle when a tractor-trailer collided with his vehicle. He suffered fatal personal injury, which has left his former colleagues and entire community reeling with grief.

Drunk driving conviction now includes ignition interlock

Across the country, the trends related to drunk driving laws have included lower tolerance and higher penalties. Drunk driving is not a minor offense, and if a court convicts you, you can expect the consequences to follow you indefinitely. Those consequences often include the very real challenges that occur when authorities suspend your driver's license, which may prevent you from driving to fulfill your family obligations, including going to work.

Support for those facing family law issues in New Jersey

In New Jersey and throughout the country, kids have been returning to their classrooms for a school year. Some families do not have to travel anywhere to get to school because they choose to educate their children at home. No matter if your children attend public or private school or you're one of many homeschooling families in this state, the back-to-school season might be a lot more stressful if you happen to be facing family law issues on top of it all.

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