To many in New Jersey, across the United States and even outside the country, it can seem as if certain parts of the law are constantly up for debate. Currently, immigration is certainly at the center of many debates, and additional proposals regarding changes continue to be announced. One such proposal from the current presidential administration was recently discussed.
A DUI conviction is costly, disruptive and embarrassing for most working professionals. According to New Jersey law, you will be cited for a DUI if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is greater than 0.08. If you’ve climbed behind the wheel when you were not legally sober to operate a vehicle, then you’re facing a difficult and costly road ahead to regain your driving privileges.
When a person is accused of committing a crime, he or she may have a long legal case ahead. Though an arrest does not necessarily mean that formal charges will result, the accused will need to take his or her case seriously if formally charged. Typically, one of the first steps that a person will want to take in such a situation is to understand the charges and criminal defense options.
New Jersey is home to many immigrants, some who have only recently arrived in the United States and others who have been living here for decades. The immigration and naturalization system can be quite complex. Therefore, it is not uncommon for legal obstacles to arise in either case, regardless of how long ago a person's arrival in the U.S. took place.