Got pulled over phone talking on the phone. A friend told me the law changed in 2014 about driving on the phone. I got a ticked in 2010 for talking on the phone. Does that mean it's my second? Or would it be my first ever since the law passed?
You should consult an attorney. While this offense is only a large fine if convicted, it will leave you vulnerable to a third offense that carries a lengthy suspension.See question
I've been seperated almost 2 years now and have custody of our 7 year old boy. I am also a victim of domestic violence even tho I regrettably never pressed charges or called police. I did have to attend DV victims counsel as per DCPP and her batte...
If someone is sending you 75 texts a day accusing you of criminal activity that should be enough to obtain a restraining order based on harassment. I suggest you consult with an attorney to determine the best way to defend you in the TRO's that have been filed against you and prosecute the Restraining Order you should file.
We would prefer t=the property, house, should go to our son.
You may use either method or both. However, you need to sit down with an attorney and discuss the details and reasons for doing this.See question
Person with permanent restraining order against the other alleges she saw him eye to eye while both in their respective vehicles and she subsequently charged him with violation
This is extremely fact sensitive. I suggest you hire an attorney at once. The penalties for violating a restraining order can get very severe.See question
Security guard went to clear hallway and slpped and fell on fruit juice that was spilled on the floor
You will not be able to sue your job. You need to file a workers' compensation claim against your employer. That must be filed within 2 years of the date of accident or the last benefit they paid. If the spill was caused by someone that was not co-employee, you may be able to bring a lawsuit against that person. Consult an attorney to discuss these issues further.See question
I signed a contract to coach a girls lacrosse middle school team at a private school. I did not teach at the private school. I retired early from public school teaching as a physical education / sports coach after 33 years..have coached different ...
If you have a remedy, it will most likely be contained in your contract. You need to schedule a consultation with an employment attorney to review your contract.See question
I was recently employed with a company in Trenton, NJ and was fired because I asked for clarifications on certain trainings and also expressed my dissatisfaction of unhealthy workspace settings. I was fired the very next day after I complained und...
You have the right to file for unemployment.
An employer can terminate you for any reason, or no reason whatsoever, as long as it is not unlawfully discriminatory.
Hello. I understand the severity of the ticket and understand the range of punishment a Judge can choose to give out. I only ask the question because I do not know what happened with the situation. I never visually saw a bus or the red sto...
It is a 5 point ticket. Your insurance rates are going to sky rocket. Yes you should hire an attorney.See question
We are parents of a 21 yr old male. State police show up and ask to speak to our son. He is at work, so they say they need appointment to qustion him about photos from a year ago. He was dating someone, she sent him photos. She may have been 17,...
Your son has the right to remain silent. He should use it. He should say nothing. Get an attorney at once. The potential penalties are life altering.See question
Our immediate supervisor is leaving the company. Our office decided to throw them a going away party. That was until we received instructions from the executive branch to suspend our plans that will celebrate someone leaving the company. I still w...
New Jersey is an "At Will" employment states. That means, unless you are working under a contract, your employer can terminate you for any reason or no reason at all.
The answer to your question is yes it can be grounds for termination. However, absent a contract that says otherwise, your employer doesn't need grounds to terminate you.