Do you believe that your employer has treated you unfairly? If so, there’s something that you can do about it. A New Jersey employment attorney can help you explore your legal options. A New Jersey Employment Attorney Can Help You With The Following: Mistreatment By Employer Wrongful Termination Unemployment Compensation Discussion of Wages/Benefits Desired Termination … Continue reading Should I Hire A New Jersey Employment Attorney?
Did you know that driving while intoxicated is one of the most frequently charged offenses in New Jersey? According to the Department of Justice, in 2013, over 24,000 people were arrested for DUI in New Jersey. This works out to be about 65 DUI arrests each day, which is a lot. Driving while intoxicated might … Continue reading New Jersey DUI: What You Should Know
In today’s troubling immigration climate, being undocumented, or without immigration status in the United States, can be a frightening predicament. If you or someone you care about is going through legal removal – or deportation – proceedings, there are several defenses for you and your experienced legal counsel to consider. Not Removable as Charged Asserting … Continue reading Defend Yourself Against Deportation
A criminal case begins when a person is formally accused of a crime, which is the filing of a criminal complaint. This can occur as a result of an arrest at the scene of an alleged crime, the result of an ongoing investigation, or based on sworn statements made by citizens. In addition, a criminal … Continue reading The Criminal Justice Process – the Basics
In the last several weeks, immigration has become an explosive topic. President Trump signed an executive order that initially temporarily suspended both the refugee program and immigration from seven countries that are predominantly Muslim. This order sent international airports into a tailspin that continues to reverberate with would-be immigrants, refugees, and the world. Experienced immigration … Continue reading The Immigration Ban: What’s Next?
A major drug bust that occurred in New Jersey late last year highlights the severe consequences that can accompany drug offenses involving the sale or possession of large quantities of illegal drugs. According to a report published at NJ.com, a seven-month investigation nicknamed “Operation Inferno” resulted in the seizure of six kilograms of heroin and … Continue reading Drug Ring Busted in NJ
Immigration law has always been rigid and complicated, but with the changing presidency and political atmosphere, immigration law is becoming even more punitive. Noncitizens and nonresidents who are deemed to be in violation of any of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ edicts have very little recourse. And the most frightening consequence is deportation … Continue reading Fighting Deportation
A stay of removal refers to the temporary postponement of an order of removal – or deportation – by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). A stay of removal, if granted, provides an alien in the United States with the opportunity to forestall deportation or removal. These stays come in several different forms. Stays of … Continue reading What’s a Stay of Removal?
Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, immigration law has never been more ambiguous, and it’s difficult to know what’s coming next. While on the campaign trail, Mr. Trump repeatedly promised to do away with many of the rights afforded by President Obama’s executive orders. Now that President Trump has taken office and has signed some executive orders … Continue reading Is Immigration Reform Imminent?
Commercial transactions drive our economy and are paramount to our economic development and growth. The law that guides commercial transactions covers a vast range of business dealings and represents the essential core of those rules and regulations that govern business transactions. Commercial transactions are those that deal in the sale of goods or services and … Continue reading What’s are Commercial Transactions?