...a source of confusion for attorneys and their clients. Updates to the AOC's mainframe computer system have enabled the correction of this historical...
After years of dialogue with advocates for Spanish-speaking litigants in Monmouth County and a recent visit from U.S. Department of Justice officials, the state judiciary is implementing measures to
...building). We strongly suggest that the Supreme Court, through the AOC, re-issue the identification card directive so that parochialism is overridden by...
...Federal Bureau of Investigation. The information is gleaned from the AOC's Civil Commitment Automated Tracking System, which was developed with an $860...
Being considerate, conscientious and respectful — as well as knowing the law — can pay off big for you and your clients in municipal court
Notice to the bar
New legislation and court rule changes have created an expedited procedure for foreclosure of abandoned properties
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