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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Extent of Prosecutors’ Duty to Disclose Exculpatory/Mitigating Evidence | Just How Fair Does Justice Have To Be? | UPI.com | U.S. News | By Michael Kirkland | 08/28/11
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UPI) — In its upcoming November 2011 term, the U.S. Supreme Court is getting ready to hear argument in Smith v. Cain, 10-8145 on a core issue of the nation’s legal system: under what circumstances do prosecutors … Continue reading
N.J. Residents Report Hurricane Irene-Related Price Gouging | NJ.com | By The Associated Press | 08/30/11
TRENTON — Reports of price gouging in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene are coming in from New Jersey residents. Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company says customers are calling with complaints that they’ve been charged thousands of dollars to pump water … Continue reading
New Jersey Schools Prepare To Implement New Concussion Law | phillyburbs.com | By Peg Quann and Jo Ciavaglia | 08/28/11
Starting September 1, 2011, NJ implements new state law requiring school districts to stress concussion prevention and make sure that injured athletes do not return to their sport until they have healed. The legislation requires that: Every school district and … Continue reading
Wondering if it’s a good time to buy real estate? The author suggests that if you answer “NO” to any of the below statements, you should think hard about whether or not it really is a good time for you … Continue reading