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NJ Chief Justice Touts Need for Speedy Trial Law

The New Jersey Supreme Court has released the long-awaited report of the Joint Committee on Criminal Justice. The recommendations for major changes to the state’s criminal justice process include bail reforms and the enactment of a speedy trial law.

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NJ Supreme Court Back on the Bench [AUDIO]

New Jersey's most powerful decision-makers are back in session this week.

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NJ Courts to Send Texts, Emails to Jurors

New Jersey courts are now sending text and email messages to jurors to remind them of their summons date, and to advise petit jurors whether they have to report to court the next day.

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New Jersey Courts Offer Texting Service To Jurors

All jurors in New Jersey will now be able to get text and email messages reminding them of their summons date and whether they need to report on a certain day.

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Should the Unemployed be Used for Jury Duty? [POLL]

You know how much you like jury duty right? What do you think of the idea of using New Jersey’s unemployed?

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NJ Chief Justice Seeks to Address Court Delays and More

A New Jersey Supreme Court Joint Committee on Criminal Justice has been formed to focus on how to reduce delays in bringing criminal court cases to trial and the issue of bail. Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced the creation of the panel today.

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Racketeering Trial Begins for Ex-Defense Attorney Paul Bergrin

The racketeering trial of once-prominent New Jersey defense attorney Paul Bergrin is under way.

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NJ Man Wants Manslaughter Conviction Overturned

CAMDEN — A New Jersey man is asking a judge to throw out his manslaughter conviction in a case where two victims were tortured, killed and left partially buried in a Camden yard.

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NJ Man Tricked into Eating Pot Brownie, Sues

SOMERVILLE, NJ — A man who claimed he was duped into eating a brownie laced with marijuana is suing a New Jersey country club and some of its members.

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NJ Supreme Court Now On Your Smart Phone

An announcement today marks the New Jersey Supreme Court’s entrance to the 21st century. Anyone can now view archived webcasts of oral arguments before the Supreme Court in an MP4 format. The archives can be viewed at njcourts.com. The new format is designed to increase access for attorneys, reporters, students and general viewers who rely on their portable devices to watch video.

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