A remand for resentencing is required where the trial court did not adequately explain its findings as to the aggravating factors or its balancing of the aggravating and mitigating factors
...solely on appellant’s failure to complete the department’s special forms calling for submissions not required by the form approved by the...
... Christie fired his deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne...and whether to hold a special election—decisions that required...
Robert Hanna, whose New Jersey Supreme Court nomination has been stalled for a year and is about to expire, is a candidate for a Superior Court seat
...Department and later applied to the Division of State Police for a special permit authorizing certain retired law enforcement officers to carry handguns. These special...
A public employee with an employment discrimination lawsuit does not have an absolute right to take confidential documents from her employer to aid in her suit and may be prosecuted for theft and off
For his leadership, scholarship and exquisite timing in helping bring about one of the most significant rulings in state history, Lustberg is the Law Journal's 2013 Lawyer of the Year
Defendant was entitled to an evidentiary hearing on his claim of ineffective assistance of trial counsel based on the failure to investigate an alibi defense
A New Jersey appeals court on Wednesday reversed a rape conviction because testimony about whether the defendant had an unusually large penis exceeded its proper scope
...area waiver for access; (2) a water quality certification; and (3) a Special Activity Transition Area Waiver for Stormwater Management, which authorized disturbing the transition...
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