...not arguing that,” said Kraemer, of Sparta’s Daggett, Kraemer & Gjelsvik. “But there are many car accidents in New Jersey...
The state Supreme Court has taken an appeal that will test the scope of the privilege that protects communications between spouses from being used against them in a criminal case
...showed otherwise. Lenihan's lawyer, Gary Kraemer of Daggett, Kraemer & Gjelsvik in Sparta, intends to argue that "public health and...
...to thank him. Sussex County Bar President Amy Gjelsvik, of Daggett, Kraemer & Gjelsvik in Sparta, says she was surprised...
A year after the state Supreme Court ruled that a breath-test refusal can't serve as a prior conviction in a DWI case, the Appellate Division says the converse is not true
A violation of the seat belt law can serve as the predicate offense to support a conviction for violating a law intended to protect the public health and safety and recklessly causing serious bodily
Failing to wear seat belts can support a criminal conviction in New Jersey if accompanied by aggravating factors, a state appeals court holds
A former municipal judge loses his appeal from a DWI conviction as the Appellate Division finds his sustained episode of burping at the police station was a deliberate attempt to avoid taking an Alco
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