New Jersey Criminal Civil Lawyer

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New Bill Revises Penalties for Drunk Driving, Including Installation of Ignition...

[...] , or operates a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or more by weight of alcohol in the defendant’s [...]

Newly Proposed Drunk Driving Legislation Awaiting Chris Christie’s Signature

[...] ’s license, or alternatively, mandating the offender’s forfeiture of the right to operate a motor vehicle if the offender instead does not own or lease a motor vehicle and there is no vehicle the [...]

Summary of NJ Bill Outlining Access to Data Devices (‘Black Boxes’) of Cars

[...] but only one internal to the vehicle. Main text: No person except the owner of the motor vehicle that contains the recording device, or the owner’s representative, may retrieve, obtain, [...]

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[...] rehabilitation program. The sentence is imposed for the fourth degree crime of operating a motor vehicle during a period of license suspension with multiple DWI convictions. This may seem odd to some [...]

Ignition interlock bill to deter drunk driving moved to N.J. Assembly after Sena...

[...] passed legislation on Thursday (S-2427) that would require drunk drivers to install an ignition interlock device into their vehicle. The bill passed the Senate with a vote of 34 to 2, and is now sent [...]

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[...] penalties for certain drunk driving offenses, including mandating installation of ignition interlock device, and creates restricted use driver’s  license. CURRENT VERSION OF TEXT As introduced. An [...]

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[...] drunk driving offenses.  These revisions include mandating the installation of an ignition interlock device in the motor vehicle owned, leased, or principally operated by the offender and the [...]

She said…he said: Hearsay and Lay Opinions

[...] , Jeffrey Hark This blog discusses Aiges v. Fuccillo decided October 14, 2014 by the Appellate Division. Thisis a case that concerns admissibility of lay person statements. The plaintiff was dog- [...]

New Jersey Workers Compensation – Coverage of a Work Related Injury Part II

[...] its decision to which the appellate division gave great deference.  The appellate division also reviewed the testimony of the treating doctor and accepted the trial court’s well [...]

Communication Data as Evidence: Discovering The Tweeter Behind the Tweet

[...] an appeal that occurs before all claims are resolved. Rule 104 Hearing and Technology The Appellate Division reversed and remanded for a Rule 104 Hearing. Rule 104 refers to preliminary questions [...]

Ramon Soberal V. City of Millville Department of Parks & Public Property

[...] take such action was not palpably unreasonable.  [N.J.S.A. 59:4-2.] The trial court and the appellate division outlined the only basis for liability on behalf of the city of Millville:  [1] that the [...]

N.J. Supreme Court Reconsiders 8 Year Sentence in Child Luring Case

[...] by New Jersey Sex Crime Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark. In this case, the Court reviews whether the trial court misapplied the sentencing principles of the Code of Criminal Justice in imposing a sentence [...]

Pretrial Intervention Program – Judicial Review of PTI Decisions

[...] Hark STATE VS. JUSTIN LEE  (APP. DIV 2014) This case addresses the standard of review for a trial court when reviewing a prosecutor’s denial of PTI (Pretrial Intervention).  The issue in this case [...]

Police Immunity from Personal Injury

[...] , in the course of his employment, and to an emergency. The panel affirmed, finding that the trial court properly found that the officer was entitled to the immunity protections of the good faith [...]

Proximate Cause in Dental Malpractice

[...] do not infer from this discussion an absolute injunction  against the approach adopted by the trial court here. Plaintiff’s expert opined that a coronectomy is a procedure used at times to treat [...]

Emergency Circumstacnes: Exigency in State v. Eckel,

[...] Submitted by New Jersey DWI Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark Our court has outlined exigency in See State v. Eckel, 185 N.J. 523. [...]

Personal Injury at Little League Game | Torts

[...] to meet any of these basic standards of care and the safe protocol that is used throughout New Jersey and the United States. …. The defendants were aware that the failure to install adequate [...]

Common Sense Indicators of Drunkenness are enough in DWI Cases

[...] Submitted by New Jersey DWI Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark Contrary to popular belief in order to prove intoxication for a DWI [...]

State versus Dawson – Standard of Review for a Motion to Suppress for the Trial ...

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Man gets 19 years in death of Millville policeman

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Driver gets 19 years in death of Millville officer

[...] Submitted by Jeffrey Hark, attorney representing Timothy Seidel BRIDGETON – The mother of a Millville police officer [...]

Cumberland County man sentenced to 19 years in crash that killed Millville polic...

[...] Submitted by Jeffrey Hark, attorney representing Timothy Seidel Timothy Seidel, of Commercial Township, appears in [...]

Personal Injury Case Involoving Preexisting Conditions

[...] Case Review of Bascope v. Kovac, submitted by personal injury attorney, Jeffrey Hark. In this case the issue arose at the time of trial when the plaintiff asked the court to give [...]

Informant vs. Lawfully Located Police Officer in a Common Area of an Apartment C...

[...] , 37 N.J. 481 (1962), cert. denied, 374 U.S. 835, 83 S. Ct. 1879, 10 L. Ed. 2d 1055 (1963), our Supreme Court upheld the warrantless arrest of a defendant based on the arresting police officer’s [...]

MICKENS VS. MISDOM – Judge’s Comments Regarding his “Feel for the Case”

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[...] , as well as her failure to apply the standards for home modification set forth by the Supreme Court in Squeo v. Comfort Control Corp., 99 N.J. 588 (1985). Our standard of review is well-settled. [...]

Denial of Defendant’s Motion for Remittitur and Motion for a New Trial

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Different Record Same Evidence: When Pretrial Motion Records Can Be Incorporated

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New Jersey Workers Compensation – Coverage of a Work Related Injury Part II

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Submitted by New Jersey Workers Compensation Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark HAROLD NAULTY v. TOWNSHIP OF PEMBERTON PUBLIC WORKS, This is an appeal of a wor [...]

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Submitted by Workers Compensation Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark HAROLD NAULTY v. TOWNSHIP OF PEMBERTON PUBLIC WORKS, We discern the following facts and pr [...]

Harold Naulty V. Township of Pemberton Public Works

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New Bill Revises Penalties for Drunk Driving, Including Installation of Ignition...

[...] , or operates a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or more by weight of alcohol in the defendant’s [...]

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[...] ’s license, or alternatively, mandating the offender’s forfeiture of the right to operate a motor vehicle if the offender instead does not own or lease a motor vehicle and there is no vehicle the [...]

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[...] but only one internal to the vehicle. Main text: No person except the owner of the motor vehicle that contains the recording device, or the owner’s representative, may retrieve, obtain, [...]

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[...] rehabilitation program. The sentence is imposed for the fourth degree crime of operating a motor vehicle during a period of license suspension with multiple DWI convictions. This may seem odd to some [...]

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