Oral Argument: the Sixth Amendment in New Jersey Municipal Court

A Municipal Court Defendant’s Right to a Speedy Trial

Today the New Jersey Supreme Court will hear oral argument in the case State v. Cahill.  The case involves a defendant’s right to a speedy trial in New Jersey municipal court.  The decision in this case could have wide sweeping implications not just to DWI cases but to all cases heard in the Municipal Court system.

The oral argument will be broadcast live on the state judiciaries website.  You can view the webcast live at 10 AM today by clicking here.

We will provide a post when the decision is released from the court, complete with our analysis.  If you or someone you know is facing charges in a New Jersey Municipal Court, contact the municipal court defense lawyers at DeMichele & DeMichele today. We are here to defend the charges against you. Contact us now for your confidential and free initial consultation. You can also reach us by telephone (856) 546-1350.



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