Courts Can Now Compel People to Disclose Their Cell Phone Passwords Without Violating the Fifth Amendment
On August 10, 2020 the New Jersey Supreme Court issued its opinion in State v. Andrews. The Court ruled that a court order mandating that
On August 4, 2020 the New Jersey Supreme Court rendered its opinion on a challenge to a Defendant’s kidnapping conviction in State v. Juan E.
In State v. Michael Guerino (Ocean County) an appellate panel examined the scope of Rule 3:11, which requires law enforcement to make a detailed record of an
Recently, Stephen Natoli was selected as a Rising Star in the legal profession on SuperLawyers.com. Rising Stars is an exclusive list of top-rated attorneys in
New Jersey has provisionally adopted new Rule 3:4-7 (Pre-Indictment Hearing), to provide a hearing involving the presentation of at least one witness, without adding excludable time
Unregistered Firearm Prosecutions May Proceed Without Witness That Conducted Database Search for Gun Permit
In August a New Jersey Appellate panel ruled that a “non permit” affidavit prepared by a non-testifying police witness was not testimonial under the primary