The Supreme Court announced that it has granted review in three more cases.  Two of them are criminal matters, and the third arises out of a criminal case while presenting a civil issue.

In State v. Wint, the question presented for the Court, as phrased by the Supreme Court Clerk’s office, is “Among other issues, did defendant’s invocation of his Miranda rights when first arrested preclude law enforcement from questioning defendant while he was still incarcerated six months later?”  In an unpublished opinion, a three-judge Appellate Divisio

The Supreme Court announced late last Friday that it has granted review in three more cases.  Two of those cases involve the long-running Accutane Multi-County Litigation, which the Court has addressed before, in several contexts, in McCarrell v. Hoffmann-LaRoche, Inc., 227 N.J. 569 (2017), discussed here, and Kendall v. Hoffmann-LaRoche, Inc., 209 N.J. 173 (2012), discussed

The Supreme Court announced today that it has granted leave to appeal in State v. Pinkston.  The question presented, as phrased by the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office, is “In this criminal justice reform matter, did the trial court abuse its discretion in denying defendant’s request to call certain police officers as ‘adverse witnesses’ at the pretrial detention hearing?”

As with other Criminal Justice Reform Act cases, the Court o