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NJ Speeding Ticket Law Update : Court Finds New Jersey Speeding Radar Device Inadmissible And Unreli

13th December 2010
Court Finds NJ Speeding Radar Device Inadmissible and Unreliable Defendant Green was convicted of speeding for driving sixty-three in a forty-five mile per hour zone. Before his trial, he submitted numerous discovery requests to the police department, ... Read >
Author: Kris Slevens

SPEEDING and RADAR for ABA

22nd March 2010
SPEEDING and RADAR for ABA By Kenneth A. Vercammen It is well established that the prosecution of a defendant for a motor vehicle violation is a quasi-criminal proceeding. In such a proceeding the burden of... Read >
Author: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.

Expert Witnesses: Striking a Late Designation

22nd March 2010
"When it comes to issues that both sides anticipate will be disputed at trial, a party cannot merely 'reserve its right' to designate experts in the initial exchange, wait to see what experts are designated by the opposition, and then name its experts onl... Read >
Author: Laine T Wagenseller
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