The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
...more information, call (973) 622-6207. NJSBA — Judicial Independence Task Force meeting, Mon., 4 p.m., at the New Jersey...
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
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
The court's questioning of pro se defendant was improper as it exceeded mere clarification, but in light of the overwhelming evidence of guilt, was harmless error
...a first violation of 34:8B-1. The panel takes judicial notice that the bill became law in a context where unemployment levels...
...The rule exists to encourage settlement, avoid litigation where possible, and conserve judicial resources, but like many rules, it is less straightforward in the class...
Life sentencing without the possibility of parole might be called LWOP, for life without hope
...criminal prosecution. Nor could it be disclosed in any other judicial, administrative, arbitration or legislative proceeding, and it would not be usable &ldquo...
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