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What Happens If You Are Charged with a DUI in New Jersey?

November 22, 2014
What Happens If You Are Charged with a DUI in New Jersey?

What happens if you are charged with DUI in New Jersey? When a motorist has been stopped by police, the officer may notice signs that the driver is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This may give the officer enough evidence to begin an investigation to determine whether or not the individual is impaired. […]

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Criminal Evidence: Hearsay and the Fresh Complaint Exception

November 22, 2014
Criminal evidence: Hearsay and the fresh complaint exception

Criminal evidence: Hearsay and the fresh complaint exception A New Jersey ruling explores the “fresh complaint” exception to hearsay. It applies to cases involving a sex crime. Every criminal lawyer knows about “hearsay.” This is the infamous rule, which excludes “he said, she said” testimonial evidence from a criminal case. Hearsay is “information received from […]

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New Jersey Is The Most Recent State to “Ban the Box” on Employment Applications

November 22, 2014
New Jersey Is The Most Recent State to “Ban the Box” on Employment Applications

New Jersey most recent state to “ban the box” on employment applications Criminal convictions can be harmful to finding employment A criminal conviction can lead to a vicious and well-known cycle; one mistake leads to difficulty finding employment, which makes it hard to reintegrate into society, which makes committing another criminal offense more likely. Often, […]

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Hemsey v. Board of Trustees, Police & Firemen’s Retirement System, 393 NJ Super 524

November 20, 2014
Hemsey v. Board of Trustees, Police & Firemen’s Retirement System, 393 NJ Super 524

Hemsey v. Board of Trustees, Police & Firemen’s Retirement System, 393 NJSuper 524 (AppDiv 2007) (Wallace, J.) (21 pp.) It was error for the board to cancel Hemsey’s PFRS retirement benefits and to require him to re-enroll in PFRS. Hemsey did not satisfy the statutory requirements for mandatory re-enrollment because there was insufficient credible evidence […]

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Taylor v. National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburg, PAN.J. Super. A.D., 1996

November 20, 2014
Taylor v. National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburg, PAN.J. Super. A.D., 1996

Alfred E. TAYLOR, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH, PA, Defendant-Respondent. Argued March 26, 1996. Decided April 23, 1996. Employee sued his employer’s business auto insurer, seeking underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage following accident with underinsured tort-feasor while driving car that employer had provided for his personal use as part of his compensation […]

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Charles Uliano 2009 New Jersey Bar Association Professional Lawyer of the Year

November 20, 2014
Charles Uliano 2009 New Jersey Bar Association Professional Lawyer of the Year

CONGRATULATIONS, MR. ULIANO! Charles J. Uliano will be receiving the 2009 Professional Lawyer of the Year Award from the New Jersey Bar Association’s Commission on Professionalism in the Law. The Commission on Professionalism in the Law is a cooperative venture with the New Jersey State Bar Association, both the federal and state judiciary as well […]

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The Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh Family Is Expanding!

November 20, 2014
The Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh Family Is Expanding!

The Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh Family Is Expanding! The new rising star at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh is an accomplished young attorney who has a personal appreciation for upholding a reputation for the highest caliber of legal representation. His name adorned the letterhead long before he’d billed his first hour. James J. Uliano (J.J.) is […]

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