Compelling defendant to turn over a flashlight that the state claims he may have used as a weapon would violate defendant's right against self-incrimination
...148; Neither Kelseys attorney, Scott Krasny, of Ewings Furlong & Krasny, nor Assistant Mercer County Prosecutor Stephanie Katz...
Weapons seized pursuant to a domestic-violence search warrant are admissible in a subsequent criminal prosecution for possession of those weapons if their illegality is immediately apparent
...the serial numbers are in plain view. Harris' attorney, John Furlong, argued that while warrants issued under the act allow the weapons to...
The state Supreme Court is deciding whether weapons seized under a Prevention of Domestic Violence Act warrant, if possessed illegally by the defendant, can be used later in a criminal prosecution
The Fair Sentencing Act cannot be applied retroactively to authorize the District Court to sentence appellants to below the mandatory minimum term in effect when they were sentenced
Under Megan's Law, a registrant's tier designation cannot be re-evaluated based on the passage of time since the commission of his last sex offense
...The event was coordinated by Scott Krasny of the Mercer County Bar Association and a partner with Furlong & Krasny in West Trenton. More...
... Sollitto's attorney, John Furlong of West Trenton's Furlong & Krasny, moved to dismiss the charges based on fundamental fairness and prosecutorial...
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