Unfortunately, IMO it depends. If you are a foreign national, the guilty plea and allocuation stand as is. ICE could obtain the transcript and move forward. If you are a USC, no sweat.
The victim should be consulted but it is the State's ultimate determination. I suggest you apologize to your cousin through some other family member. Perhaps take care of his medical bills if any as a start.
NJ is "employment at will". I can fire you if I don't like your hair cut. I can not discriminate based on race, color, creed, age, etc. If you don't have a contract with this employer, I believe you don't have a job. Consider consulting with an employment attorney.
Mr. Abate is 1000% correct. The days of probation, SLAPP, bracelet, etc. are gone forever for a third time DWI. You need to hire an attorney and explore a "Laurick" argument regarding the prior two DWI's. My advice will always be hire someone in the area of the municipal court where you have been charged. Expect to spend at least 90 in jail if you plead guilty or are found guilty. The other 90 inpatient.
Simple Assault in and of itself is not a CIMT. I am curious exactly how you have determined it is CIMT. There is no provision for bias in NJSA 2C:12-1a. Are you sure you pled guilty to a disorderly persons offense? SEE www.njcrimmigration.com for detailed opinions.
A "Plain Vanilla" DWI will typically NOT affect your adjustment of status. If there are other factors involved with your DWI (an accident resulting injury, for example) then the game changes. If there are several DWI's you run the risk of being classified as a "habitual drunkard" and are thus inadmissible. Please see www.njcrimmigration.com.
Probably NOT...see below:
The law provides that an applicant for a real estate license must establish their general good character, honesty, trustworthiness and integrity. Thus, convictions for shoplifting or other offenses, or convictions for the offenses specified in N.J.S.A. 45:15-12.1 which occurred more than five years ago, or the loss of a real estate or other professional license for cause, may constitute grounds for the denial of a license application under N.J.S.A. 45:15-9....