Two South Jersey Judges Elevated to the Appellate Division

New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner assigned two South Jersey Superior Court Judges to the Appellate Division.  Burlington County’s Michael J. Haas and Gloucester County’s Richard S. Hoffman were both temporarily assigned to New Jersey’s intermediate court.  The Court released
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New Jersey’s Alimony Reform Movement

Yesterday, New Jersey State Senator Sean Kean, a Republican from the 11th Legislative District (Monmouth), announced he would introduce legislation that would establish a panel to study reforming New Jersey’s alimony laws. Currently, several states are studying alimony reform after Massachusetts amended
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DWI Update on State vs. Holland

The Appellate Division wasted little time in releasing its first decision based on the decision in State v. Holland.  Yesterday, in the unpublished decision State vs. Donfield,  the appellate court reversed the Bergen County Law Division’s decision to uphold the Franklin Lake Municipal Courts dismissal of
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NJ Court Allows New Temperature Probe in DWI Cases

In what can only be seen as an increased hurdle for those charged with driving while intoxicated, the New Jersey Appellate Division held the Control Company temperature probe is scientifically reliable.  On December 20, 2011 the court released it opinion in State
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