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This article discusses the grounds upon which the court determined the ordinances regulating sex offenders are pre-empted, how other states have ruled on similar regulations, and if the ordinances co
This article discusses the grounds upon which the court determined ordinances are pre-empted, how other states have ruled on similar regulations, and if the ordinances could be modified to avoid pre-
The Law Journal's eighth annual magazine devoted to new associates at New Jersey law firms
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