The New Jersey Supreme Court is deciding whether a state statute requiring GPS monitoring of sex offenders released from jail can be applied retroactively
For his leadership, scholarship and exquisite timing in helping bring about one of the most significant rulings in state history, Lustberg is the Law Journal's 2013 Lawyer of the Year
...in order to sufficiently â deliver to the addressee" under Rule 4(j)(1)(d) and N.C. Gen. Stat. Â§ 1-75.10(a...
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Despite a definitive ruling by the N.J. Supreme Court, controversy will likely continue to surround affordable housing in this state, because the court left a wide-open door for the legislature to mo
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