...vacancies in the state, according to the Administrative Office of the Courts. Middlesex and Union counties tie for a distant second, with five vacancies each...
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Defendant's proffered evidence regarding the decedent's failure to use a seat belt and the location of the utility pole the car struck is inadmissible on "but for" causation under N.J.S.A. 2C:2-3(a)(
...on the first prong in moving to exclude that evidence. Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Frederick DeVesa ruled both matters admissible in proving...
Legislators are pushing a bill that would allow crime victims and their families to compel the defendant to face them in court at the time of sentencing
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The state Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that may help determine the price tag for protecting the New Jersey shoreline from destructive storms like Hurricane Sandy. Harvey Cedars v. Karan is
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