...a defense verdict. Plaintiff Attorney:Joseph Garrubbo, Garrubbo & Capece, Westfield. Defense Attorney:Robert...
Defendant's wife may exercise the spousal privilege not to testify against him since there is no conflicting constitutional need or voluntary waiver
The state Supreme Court reinforces the marital privilege, refusing to create an exception for instances where a spouse is a subject of the investigation of her husband's alleged crime
The state Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday on whether the spousal testimonial privilege should be pierced in a criminal case when both spouses are intertwined with the crime and were not married
The jury selection process resulted in a jury panel that could not fairly and dispassionately evaluate the difficult and emotionally charged issues in this medical-malpractice case
The state Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a $71.8 million medical malpractice award to the family of a brain-damaged infant, finding the trial judge's serious errors during jury selection and di
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A New Jersey appeals court has refused to disturb a $70.8 million medical malpractice award to the family of a brain-damaged infant, ruling it was not excessive in light of the injuries
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