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If you’re charged with receiving stolen property in New Jersey, you could be looking at significant criminal and financial penalties.
New Jersey law states that a person is guilty of theft if he knowingly receives or brings into New Jersey movable property of another knowing that it has been stolen or believing that it is probably stolen.

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Burn Injuries can be life-altering. They may be horribly painful, and could leave behind permanent scars or disfigurement. Treatment such as surgical skin grafts and physical therapy can cause extensive pain and discomfort. Burns can be caused by fire, such as post-crash fuel-fed fires in automobile or tractor-trailer crashes, by electricity, or by excessive friction. Burn injuries can also occur in the workplace, where exposure to chemicals such as acid can cause severe injuries, or take the form of scalding injuries to children in the home where cookware or other appliances malfunction.

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Shoplifting is a crime in New Jersey, as in many other jurisdictions. Many shoplifting cases are resolved in the lower, Municipal Court. Shoplifting (Retail Theft) is an escalating offense, so if you are charged with multiple instances of shoplifting, or the amount is high enough, you can be charged with an indictable offense in Superior Court.

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If you were injured on a bus in New Jersey, you may be able to recover damages for your injuries and the pain and suffering from which the results came. New Jersey Transit Buses are common carriers. This means that they carry passengers from point a to point b. In doing so, they must take the utmost care in the operation and maintenance of the bus. Drivers must be trained appropriately, and the buses must be kept in very good working order. However, this is usually not the case. Bus drivers make mistakes, and defects exist which are not properly all the time.

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At The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C., we believe in maintaining the family unit. The United States is home to many immigrants who have left their families behind to provide financial support, and give their loved ones a chance at a better life. Luckily, the Government has steps in place that allow Lawful Permanent Residents and Citizens to sponsor family members, enabling them to come to the United States. A Permanent Resident or citizen’s spouse, parents, children, or siblings can be eligible for a temporary stay, and sometimes these relatives can even stay permanently.

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Those in court proceedings for Removal and Deportation urgently require professional legal assistance. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. have the knowledge and experience to provide this assistance. Our New Jersey Immigration Lawyersrepresent those placed in removal and deportation proceedings, and put our experience to work in the defense of their right to remain in the United States.

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To lawfully immigrate to the United States, an individual must be deemed “admissible” by the United States government. There are several reasons why an alien may be deemed inadmissible, including issues related to health, criminal activity, misrepresentation on previous applications, and prior immigration violations. Those considered “inadmissible” to the United States may find difficulty in obtaining an Immigrant Visa or Adjusting Their Status.

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Becoming a United States citizen is a dream for many immigrants. Being a citizen offers many benefits, such as the ability to vote in U.S. elections, and to sponsor relatives for green cards. United States citizens are eligible to sponsor spouses, children, parents, and siblings. It is best to retain an Immigration Lawyer when seeking Naturalization, because the process can be complex.

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LPR Cancellation of Removal is a form of relief that is available to certain lawful permanent residents who are in removal proceedings due to a Criminal Conviction. If the application is successful, the removal proceedings will conclude, and the immigration judge will allow the applicant to keep the green card. This type of relief is usually only available once, and it allows lawful permanent residents to avoid removal after committing a criminal offense.
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