New Jersey Law Journal
Subsidiaries of Johnson & Johnson have agreed to pay $2.2 billion to resolve a suit involving, among other things, the marketing for off-label use of the antipsychotic drug Risperdal
Notice to the bar
...Statutes Governing Expungements F. Guilty Plea Cases Missouri v. Frye and Lafler v. Cooper G. Preservation of Evidence ...
...the opposite is true. The justices, in State v. Frye, A-30-12, granted certification on whether prior DWI offenses can...
Daily decision alert
A state appeals court has upheld the scientific reliability of the Stalker Dual SL, a widely used radar device for detecting speeders
...had enough of Hiltebrand's general unresponsiveness, hired Audubon solo Roger Paul Frye to take over the case. Not until Frye asked Hiltebrand for the...
The New Jersey judiciary has administratively stayed adjudication of appeals from red-light camera tickets across the state until the technology is found to be up to statutory snuff
The vehicular manslaughter trial of actress Amy Locane is laying the groundwork for what could be the first N.J. appellate test of the reliability of "black box" recording data
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