The next ten highest personal injury recoveries in New Jersey over the last year
Municipal judge Harold Cook III, responding to ethics charges that he tried to fraudulently evade creditors, denies wrongdoing and blames his troubles on the economic downturn, particularly in real e
...Law, 1965; Rutgers Univ., 1962 Prior Experience: Diamond, Afflitto & Raimondi, Wayne, partner; Supreme Court Family Practice Committee; Passaic County District Ethics...
...didn't want the car towed," says Afflitto, of Wayne's Afflitto, Raimondi & Afflitto. Three patrolmen were at the checkpoint where Goore...
When dealing with presumptions in determining alimony, the opponent of the presumed evidentiary fact (here, that defendant, who is receiving Social Security, is unemployable) must offer proof that is
Judge biographies for judicial survey
...Lombardi in Wayne, treasurer; and Joseph Afflitto, of Diamond, Afflitto & Raimondi in Wayne, secretary. Also, the following were installed as trustees: ...
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