The Supreme Court announced that it has granted review in two more cases.  The first, Blake v. Board of Review, was discussed here.  Since the Court had previously granted review in McClain v. Board of Review, 451 N.J. Super. 461 (App. Div. 2017), a ruling that (as discussed

This past Monday, I argued two appeals in the Supreme Court of New Jersey.  They were the Accutane matters discussed here and here.  In the period leading up to those arguments, and the days following, the courts continued to issue opinions.  Here are brief summaries of some of the most significant of those rulings:

The Supreme Court announced this afternoon that it has granted certification in four new cases, all criminal matters.  Here is the summary.

In State v. Nelson, the question presented, as phrased by the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office, is “Under the circumstances presented, did the police have a reasonable articulable suspicion to stop defendant’s car; and were defendant’s rights violated when officers conducted a canine sniff during the course of the stop?”  In an unpublished opinion, a two-judge Appellate Division panel affirmed the denial of defendant&