John Montefusco Sr., a disbarred municipal attorney convicted of pushing through building approvals in exchange for real estate discounts and other perks, is handed a mostly noncustodial sentence, al
New Jersey's high court has curbed the power of police to enter and search a home on the pretext of concern for the health and safety of its occupant
...s a worthwhile amendment," says Donohue, a partner at Arleo, Donohue & Biancamano in West Orange. "You will encounter certain...
New Jersey has enacted a law giving victims greater involvement in the prosecution of criminal cases, expecially in the plea-bargaining process
A criminal suspect had no expectation of privacy in his cell phone number and so could not suppress evidence obtained from an intercepted phone call, a New Jersey appeals court rules
A Supreme Court committee is proposing amended rules that would make it the norm to provide written instructions to jurors in criminal cases rather than leaving it to the discretion of judges, who se
...Roseland's Critchley, Kinum & Vazquez and Timothy Donohue of Arleo, Donohue & Biancamano in West Orange, will argue for keeping the faith. Thomas...
Where decedent did not change the beneficiary of his group life insurance policy upon divorce, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 3B:3-14, the policy proceeds pass as if the former spouse disclaimed her interest
...death to the former spouse." Lillo's lawyer, Frank Arleo, argued on appeal that the relevant portion of the Police and Firemen...
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