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E517 1.Under new court rules, defendant entitled to discovery prior to new pre-detention hearing. 2.If Defendant takes witness stand they can be cross-examined on inconsistent statements after Miranda
E516 1. Wills, Estate Planning & Probate Seminar Sponsored by M.A.S.H. Mutual Aid Self Help for single adults. May 8 at 7:30pm 2. Recent cases: Municipal Court can stay DL Suspension after DWI if Appe
E515 1. Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation helpful information. 2. Living Wills, By: Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq. 3. Kenneth Vercammen was selected to the 2017 Super Lawyers list. 4. Edison E
E514 In this issue: 1. Liability of Owner of Commercial Property for Defects, Snow and Ice Accumulation and Other Dangerous Conditions in Abutting Sidewalks. 2. Recent Cases: Official Misconduct does
NJ LAWS EMAIL NEWSLETTER E513 Kenneth Vercammen, Attorney at Law March 8, 2017 Greetings! In this issue: 1. Twitter statement admissible in criminal trials. State v Hannah. 2. No obstruction
E512 1. Recent Cases: 1. Driver with prior school zone DWI sentenced as 2nd Offender. 2. Town outside surveillance camera not subject to OPRA but maybe subject to common law. 3. Next community & c
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFENSE by Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq. New Jersey domestic violence laws are very strict. A spouse or girlfriend could call the police and if there are any signs of physical injuries
1. Suppression where stop based only for high beam. State v. Scriven 226 NJ 20 (2016) 2. Third Party did not have authority to consent to search of premises. State v. Cushing 226 NJ 187 (2016) 3.
Third or subsequent DWI offenders are not entitled to a jury trial, and defendant’s conviction procured by a bench trial did not violate his Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial. 2. Police can stop o
1. New Expungement Law permits petitions for Expungement of arrests in shorter time periods. 2. 2016 update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar materials, By Kenneth Vercammen 1. New Expungement Law