The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
...on Thursday filed opposition papers to the state's motions, and a hearing is scheduled for Jan. 17. The verdict was handed up...
The tension between municipal judges' roles as dispensers of justice and collectors of revenue burst into the open when a Monmouth County town set out to hire a new judge after seeing court receipts
...the time of the crime. After a post-conviction relief hearing, Union County Superior Court Judge John Triarsi accepted Pierre-Louis' arguments...
...his attempt to quash a subpoena calling him to testify at a hearing was denied by a state judge, Wildstein took the Fifth Amendment, prompting...
There is insufficient credible evidence in the record to support a finding that police had probable cause to arrest defendant for defiant trespass; therefore, the search was unconstitutional and the
2013 was a quiet year in the courts, as the profession appears to accept that electronic discovery is here to stay. This is the first part of a two-part piece
N.J. court decides to ban offers of judgment in class actions, bringing it into agreement with the Third Circuit
...single aggravating factor substantially outweighed the mitigating factors. In a supplemental sentencing hearing, the court amended its findings to add a second aggravating factor, the...
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