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Gilbert Miller has filed a brief in the Superior Court of N.J.brown-border

Posted by on June 26, 2017 ·

Gilbert Miller has filed a brief in the Superior Court of N.J., Appellate Division, in the State v. Amy Locane. Mr. Miller argues that her downgraded sentence should be upheld. Please click here to access Mr. Miller's detailed brief. Continue Reading

Firm is successful in enforcing a pendente lite Order in divorce casebrown-border

Posted by on June 19, 2017 ·

In a recent matrimonial case handled by Marco Benucci, Esq., Mr. Benucci was able to convince the Court that his plaintiff's client’s rights were violated and that attorneys’ fees and costs were warranted. In the case at hand, the focus of Plaintiff’s application related to an Order entered on May 2, 2016, which directed the... Continue Reading

Text Messages and Criminal Chargesbrown-border

Posted by on June 8, 2017 ·

[gallery ids="623"] I just finished a trial in which my client was convicted of aggravated sexual assault for having vaginal intercourse with a minor girl. The conviction was primarily based on 1,600 text messages that were shown to a jury by the Somerset County Prosecutor’s office. These indicated that my client was guilty. He had... Continue Reading

United States Supreme Court Permits Investigation Into Jury Deliberations If Racism Was Presentbrown-border

Posted by on March 8, 2017 ·

In Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on March 6, 2017 that when clear evidence emerges after a jury verdict that there was racial bias exhibited during deliberations, the trial judge must determine whether the defendant was denied a fair trial by making an exception to the rule protecting the secrecy of deliberations.... Continue Reading

Bank’s Foreclosure Attempt Defeated By Firmbrown-border

Posted by on February 22, 2017 ·

In a recent foreclosure case handled by Marco Benucci, Esq., Mr. Benucci was able to convince the Court to find that a “foreclosure specialist’s” lack of specificity regarding “lost or misplaced” assignments was insufficient to allow the lender to Record any such Assignments In the case at hand, the Bank’s requests to enter an Order... Continue Reading

Prison Consultantsbrown-border

Posted by on February 1, 2017 ·

In keeping with our desire to provide full service to our clients, and recognizing that not every client can avoid jail time, we now offer prison consultant services. All clients who face incarceration, have the opportunity to retain a prison consultant if desired. Whether you are being incarcerated in New Jersey’s only correctional facility for... Continue Reading

No Right To Pre-Trial Bail In New Jerseybrown-border

Posted by on January 26, 2017 ·

In January 2017, major changes to New Jersey's bail system were implemented. New Jersey voters approved an amendment to the New Jersey constitution which eliminated the right to bail. Before the amendment, all defendants - regardless of the severity of their accused crimes - were eligible for release on bail prior to trial. New Jersey... Continue Reading

Driving While Intoxicated Charge Dismissedbrown-border

Posted by on September 21, 2016 ·

Recently James Wronko's client's "Driving While Intoxicated" (DWI) charge was dismissed by the Parsippany Municipal Court as the police officer was not justified in stopping our client's motor vehicle. The seminal case in this area is a New Jersey Supreme Court opinion in State v. Gollota 178 N.J. 205 (2003). In that case, a citizen... Continue Reading

Possession of Handgun Conviction Reversedbrown-border

Posted by on July 29, 2016 ·

The New Jersey Appellate Division today reversed our client's conviction for second degree unlawful possession of a handgun. The Court agreed with James Wronko's argument at trial that the testimony of his client's father, in an unrelated trial, should not have been admitted during this trial. Gilbert G. Miller, Esq., of the firm, successfully argued... Continue Reading

Cyber-Bullying-New Jersey Lawbrown-border

Posted by on April 20, 2016 ·

Due to the increased use and influence of social media in today’s society, cyber-bullying or cyber-harassment is growing and occurs frequently. New Jersey passed a Cyber-Harassment statute (N.J.S.A. 2C:33-4.1) in January of 2014 and criminalized internet based harassment. Cyber-harassment is communication, in an online capacity via any electronic device or through a social networking site,... Continue Reading

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