No bright-line rule precludes the use of a flash-bang device in the execution of a knock-and-announce warrant; the objective reasonableness of a search using such a device must be determined on a cas
The state Supreme Court refuses to adopt a strict ban on police use of stun grenades in executing knock-and-announce search warrants, absent unanticipated exigent circumstances
Bad-faith actions against insurers are essentially contract claims, and so a right to a jury trial exists, a unanimous New Jersey Supreme Court rules
...arguing it deserved a jury trial. Wood's lawyer, Charles Crocco, told the Court Tuesday that there is no right to a jury...
A warrant was not invalid by virtue of the fact that it was issued by a municipal judge sitting in a different municipality than the one in which defendant's house was located. Also, where the warran
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