The Supreme Court's holding in Miller v. Alabama that mandatory life without parole for those under the age of 18 violates the Eighth Amendment is retroactive to cases on collateral review
...University School of Law's Center for Social Justice participated as amici. "The ruling reaffirms the importance of the Consumer Fraud...
...the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey, which participated as amici, were similarly disappointed. "This is the ultimate elevation of...
The Third Round Rules conflict with the Fair Housing Act and are ultra vires
The execution of a mortgage foreclosure rescue plan gave rise to an unconscionable commercial practice under the Consumer Fraud Act
The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 does not violate the U.S. Constitution as it neither exceeds Congress' enumerated powers nor violates any principle of federalism, and it in
The denial of defendant's request for an adjournment because of an inadequate opportunity to confer with defense counsel did not violate his constitutional right to effective assistance of counsel, w
In continuous-trigger environmental contamination cases, an insured must exhaust the policy limits of the solvent carriers before seeking statutory benefits from the Guaranty Association
Plaintiff's residences for individuals with psychiatric disabilities, in which they live and receive supportive counseling, are entitled to tax-exempt status
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