...Oversight Committee for appropriate administrative costs and actual expenses incurred in the prosecution of this matter, as provided in Rule 1:20-17. ...
The court's questioning of pro se defendant was improper as it exceeded mere clarification, but in light of the overwhelming evidence of guilt, was harmless error
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie lets go of a key adviser as a federal investigation looms over his administration's ordering of lane closures that crippled traffic on the George Washington Bridge last Septe
There is insufficient credible evidence in the record to support a finding that police had probable cause to arrest defendant for defiant trespass; therefore, the search was unconstitutional and the
...of the law could not be used as evidence in a criminal prosecution. Nor could it be disclosed in any other judicial, administrative...
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From eminent domain to guard dogs to insanity defense in criminal cases, state bar association members blogs explore key issues
...In Tuesday’s ruling, Hillman dismissed due process, section 1983 malicious prosecution and New Jersey Civil Rights Act counts against officers Morales and Reyes...
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