Summary judgment is inappropriate where a jury could find that defendant's incorrect legal advice was a substantial factor in causing plaintiffs to engage in criminal conduct
Mandatory periods of parole ineligibility and mandatory extended term provisions that existed at the time of original sentencing are applicable at the time of resentencing for violation of special pr
In excusing Sprint from searching its billing records to identify class members in this challenge to early termination fees, the district court did not fully meet its duty to act as the guardian of a
Whether a defendant can present evidence regarding postsentencing rehabilitative efforts on a remand for resentencing depends on the scope of the remand order
The homeowners' association's sign policy violates the free speech clause of the state constitution
The state Supreme Court is considering how far a homeowners' association can go in restricting political signs on properties without violating residents' First Amendment rights
Defendant's failure to provide proper breath samples did not constitute an "ambiguous or conditional" response, thus he was not entitled to a reading of the additional statement
A former municipal judge loses his appeal from a DWI conviction as the Appellate Division finds his sustained episode of burping at the police station was a deliberate attempt to avoid taking an Alco
A dispute over a rose bush grown too tall has led the Appellate Division to strike down a condominium regulation on First Amendment grounds
...investors. The plaintiff’s lawyer, William Pinilis of Pinilis Halpern in Morristown, says the solicitations add insult to the injury of...
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