Monthly Archives: April 2013

New Jersey DWI – update in the law – United States Supreme Court rules warrant required to take blood from a drunk driver.

On April 17, 2013 the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in the Case Missouri v. McNeely that Police Officers are required to obtain a warrant to take blood from an individual suspected of drunk driving, absent exigent circumstances … Continue reading

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Process

When I look at many of the situations my clients face, business and personal, and their efforts and frustrations with obtaining success, one of the words that comes to mind is “process.” Process is a series of continuous actions that bring about a particular … Continue reading

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Facebook and Litigation!

A personal-injury plaintiff who deleted his Facebook account while the defendants were trying to access it has been sanctioned for spoliation. The plaintiff “had a duty to preserve his Facebook account at the time it was deactivated and deleted” and … Continue reading

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