Listen Frequently, the prosecutor may argue that all or some counts of an indictment be made to run consecutively and not concurrently to one another. Defense counsel must oppose this. But how? What follows is the case law and an analysis on the criteria that judges must follow in deciding whether a sentence should be …
Challenging a Discretionary Extended Term of Imprisonment Under New Jersey’s Persistent Offender Statute
Listen New Jersey’s persistent offender statute grants a sentencing court judge the discretion to impose an extended term when the statutory pre-requisites for an extended term sentence are present. State v. Pierce, 188 N.J. 155, 161 (2006). An extended term under the persistent offender statute is only available upon application of the prosecutor. State v. …
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Listen This video is from a recent presentation that I did for Marino Legal. I’m honored to be a lecturer for this prominent CLE provider. For information on earning CLE credit for this course, please visit the Marino Legal website.
Listen Below are links to some helpful outlines on Criminal Law that I. I’m a nerd when it comes to statistics. According to a recent poll, the number one crime committed in America happens on the streets and highways. Second on the list is burglary and other theft-related offenses that occur in residences. Crimes Against …
Listen The Bullet Proof Checklist for Attacking a Fourth Amendment Search & Seizure Issue from Michael DeBlis III, Esq., LLM
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