Drunken driving cases need not be tried according to a strict timeline to protect the defendant's constitutional rights, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Monday
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
The city of Camden, N.J., is trying to get back police internal affairs records that landed in the lap of a lawyer representing one of the scores of plaintiffs suing the city over alleged planting of
"Offeror beware" was the message sent by a federal appeals court that called the federal offer-of-judgment rule "a trap for the unwary.
Two criminal defense lawyers are asking a federal court to declare unconstitutional New Jersey's money-laundering law, which they say uniquely criminalizes the mere possession of U.S. currency
School officials in New Jersey don't need probable cause to search students' cars parked on campus, the state Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday. "Reasonable grounds" will do
...status and family history. Edward Barocas, legal director for the ACLU-NJ, called the ruling a partial victory. "Ultimately what the [judge] recognized...
...Barocas, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey. ACLU-NJ executive director Deborah Jacobs also confirmed the existence of talks. Mullin...
T he Immigration and Naturalization Service has released documentary evidence showing that the handling of Muslims arrested on immigration charges after Sept. 11 has been fraught with delay and slopp
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