Third Circuit interprets statute to prohibit the possession or use of authentic immigration documents that are obtained by fraud
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
Defendant's wife may exercise the spousal privilege not to testify against him since there is no conflicting constitutional need or voluntary waiver
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A trial court has an obligation to sua sponte charge the jury on a defense only when the evidence clearly indicates or clearly warrants such a charge; it does not have to scour the record to find suc
The indictment alleged facts sufficient to charge defendant and his co-defendants with RICO violations
The factors identified in Kozlov are inapplicable to pierce the spousal privilege conferred by N.J.R.E. 501(2)
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