A police officer's entry into a parked car, allegedly to verify the driver's health status, can't be justified by the community-caretaking doctrine, a New Jersey appeals court rules
A New Jersey surrogate judge has been suspended for two months without pay for improperly acting as fund-raising committee chairman for a legislative candidate and for driving drunk
Disbarred New Jersey lawyer Alexander Iler is sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to make restitution for cash he stole from clients to bankroll his gambling addiction
...Tracie Gelbstein recommended a suspension from office, while Curcio's attorney, Robert Ramsey, said he should receive no more than a reprimand or censure, since...
A lawyer who was found to have helped a longstanding client attempt to acquire an ailing widow's multimillion-dollar estate faces a three-year suspension
Former Bergenfield municipal judge Lynn Muller has been publicly reprimanded for abusing her judicial authority in an altercation with local police at her home
A former Bergenfield judge facing ethics charges over an altercation with borough police at her home has backed down from her original stance that the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct got its f
In determining the term of incarceration for a defendant convicted of his second DUI offense, the court should apply the aggravating and mitigating factors in N.J.S.A. 2C:44-1, as appropriately tailo
A Mercer County judge, finding that drunken-driving laws allow too much discretion in sentencing, says that a court should look to the state's Criminal Code in deciding whether to jail defendants and
Disciplinary authorities have recommended disbarment for one attorney and a three-month suspension for another, finding their hefty histories of ethics violations far outweighed their requests to vac
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