2053 Woodbridge Avenue - Edison, NJ 08817

Thursday, December 03, 2009

NJ Laws Email Newsletter E321

NJ Laws Email Newsletter E321
Kenneth Vercammen, Attorney at Law

December 2, 2009


In This Issue:

1. Season's Greetings from Kenneth Vercammen, Esq., His Family and Frizby the Racing

2. Rebuttable Presumption a Road Sign is Properly Posted.

3. A Unique Holiday Gift Idea!... Gift Certificates for Wills & Legal Services.

4. Freezing Cold Hash Run.

5. Santa Claus Welcomes You to Claus.com

6. Holly Jolly Christmas Lyrics.

7. Fun Community Events

8. Needed: Outdoor Nativity Scene for Woodbridge Ave.

Phone: (732) 572-0500


1. Season's greetings from Kenneth Vercammen, Esq., His Family and Frizby the Racing

The Holiday / Christmas time is the Season for giving. We are helping raise food donations for the St. James Food Bank located at 2136 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ.

We are also offering the following gifts to friends and clients:
T-Shirts "My attorney fights to win"
Coffee Travel Mugs
Can Coozies
Water Bottles
USA Key Chains
2010 Flag Calendar- America the Beautiful
Wallet 2010 Calendar
Stop in our office during business hours.

2. Rebuttable Presumption a Road Sign is Properly Posted. State v Smith 408 NJ
Super. 484 (App. Div. 2009)
Defendant's conviction on trial de novo for violating N.J.S.A. 39:4-125 is affirmed
because he turned his vehicle "around so as to proceed in the opposite direction on a highway" on which a "no U turn" sign was conspicuously posted. Defendant does not have to perform a "u turn." The West Annotated version of the statute contains an error. The "no U turn" sign need not be on a "state" highway, and therefore whether or not the road was a "state" highway was irrelevant, as there is a rebuttable presumption the statute was properly posted. As defendant was not entitled to assigned counsel, the fact he was improperly assigned counsel in the Law Division does not require vacation of the municipal conviction because he was not assigned counsel there.

3. A Unique Holiday Gift Idea! ... Gift Certificates for Wills & Legal Services.
During the Holiday season, we often buy gifts for our family and friends. May we
suggest a holiday gift which truly shows how much you care. Purchase a Will Gift
Certificate for loved ones. Secure their interests and make sure proper planning
is done.

The Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen's Holiday special includes:

- A Will and consultation on Probate

- Brochures on Wills, Probate, insurance

- A 2 year subscription to the NJ Laws Email News and free consultations for the
next two years- Your attorney on retainer

*All for only $300.00!

Call 732-572-0500 for the Gift Certificate.

4. FREEZING COLD HASH RUN 3 to 5 MILE GROUP RUN - Sat. Jan. 9, 2010 9:50AM

START: Kenneth Vercammen Law Office
2053 Woodbridge Ave., Edison, NJ 08817.
Free Open Bar: 7:30-10:30
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See info at:
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For details Call run "hare" Ken Vercammen (The runner in the red, white, and blue
flag shorts) at 732-572-0500 or email: kenvnjlaws@verizon.net [mailto:kenvnjlaws@verizon.net]

Please make $12.69 checks payable to:
Vercammen Assoc. PC,

and mail to:
Kenneth Vercammen Law Office
NJ Personal Injury Law Center
2053 Woodbridge Ave
Edison, NJ 08817


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More Details in Next Newsletter

5. Santa Claus Welcomes You to Claus.com
CLAUS.COM is one of the top-rated Santa Claus websites and is known around the world.
Santa Claus has the North Pole Village full of fun things to do for both kids and
parents, including lots of new things this year. Check your Naughty or Nice rating.
Choose your very own Elf Buddy. Play games in Elf School. Print your Honorary Elf
Diploma. Sing along with new original Christmas songs. Try funny holiday recipes.
Visit the amazing Toy Workshop. Send E-mail to Santa Claus. Follow Santa Claus in
his sleigh on Christmas Eve. See how many cookies Santa Claus eats on his trip.
Wonderful illustrations and a creative family experience. http://www.claus.com/index.php



6. Holly Jolly Christmas Lyrics
Have a holly, jolly Christmas,
It's the best time of the year
I don't know if there'll be snow,
But have a cup of cheer.
Have a holly, jolly Christmas,
And when you walk down the street,
Say "Hello" to friends you know
And everyone you meet.
Oh, Ho, the mistletoe,
Hung where you can see,
Somebody waits for you,
Kiss her once for me.
Have a holly, jolly Christmas,
And in case you didn't hear,
Oh by golly, have a holly,
Jolly Christmas this year.

by Johnny Marks

7. Fun Community Events

December 6, 2009
Arthritis 5k Metuchen
December 12, 2009
Big Chill 5k Rutgers

December 13, 2009
Mercer County Park, West Windsor, 973-334-890
Discount Beer

December 13, 2009
Toys for Tots 5k Freehold 10am

December 16, 2009
Raritan Valley Road runners Pub Crawl and Caroling Night
New Brunswick

December 20, 2009
Sunday 9:30 AM Jingle Bell 5.3 Miles
Tyler State Park in Newtown Bucks County Roadrunners

December 27, 2009
Polar Bear Races 5k Asbury Park 5mi Run, 1pm, 732-222-9080 Free Polar Plunge swim
in Atlantic Ocean after race, then discount beer at Wonder Bar

December 31, 2009
Lake Como Bar A group run, not a race free beer 5:45

January 1, 2009
New Years Day 12 noon CJRR Westfield

8. Needed: Outdoor Nativity Scene for Woodbridge Ave.
A nativity scene, also called a crib or crèche (meaning "crib" or "manger" in French)
generally refers to any depiction of the birth or birthplace of Jesus. The local Knight of Columbus members are looking for used outdoor nativity scenes no longer
being used or displayed, to give them a new home.

Christian Nativity scenes three (sculpture or other three-dimensional crafts), usually show Jesus in a manger, Joseph and Mary in a barn (or cave) intended to accommodate farm animals. A donkey and an ox accompany them; besides the necessity of animals for a manager, this is an allusion to Isaiah: "the ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master's crib; but Israel doth not know, my people doth not consider" (Is.1:3). The scene sometimes includes the Magi or Three Wise Men, shepherds, angels and the Star of Bethlehem. The traditional scenes that show the shepherds and Magi together are of course not true to the Bible story, since the Magi arrived much later (Luke 2:7-16).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nativity_scene [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=yvqg8ddab.0.0.be4bcacab.0&ts=S0431&p=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FNativity_scene&id=preview]
If you have an unused Nativity scene and want to donate it to help decorate Woodbridge Avenue Edison, call Ken Vercammen at 732-572-0500.