A Princeton lawyer who filed a questionable civil rights suit against the school district that suspended his son for knife possession was improperly sanctioned for his motion practices, a federal app
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
A pro se litigant was properly sanctioned to the tune of $4,237 for pursuing court claims over a garden variety car accident rather than just having his carrier pay for repairs, a New Jersey state ap
A municipal judge admonished by the New Jersey Supreme Court for arraigning his client's adversary is now facing a civil rights suit over the incident
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