...Elizabeth Garcia, Parker McCay, Mount Laurel; and Secretary Douglas Heinold, Raymond Coleman Heinold & Norman, Moorestown. Trustees installed were Cedric Edwards, first assistant deputy public...
The township ordinance prohibiting the erection of billboards is not overly extensive and it reasonably advances the township's substantial interests in traffic safety and aesthetics
A New Jersey town's total ban on highway billboards, without regard to advertising content, does not violate First Amendment free-speech guarantees, a federal appeals court says
...claimed. Ciemniecki's defense lawyer, Stephen Raymond of Raymond, Coleman, Heinold & Norman in Moorestown, allegedly advised First Assistant Prosecutor Raymond Milavsky in...
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