New Jersey Suspends All In-Person Criminal Trials in Light of COVID-19 Uptick

On Monday, November 16, the New Jersey Supreme Court announced that all criminal and civil jury trials, as well as all in-person grand jury proceedings around the state, would be suspended due to the recent and continuous spike of COVID-19. In the court order, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said, “The increasing rates of new cases, […]

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What Are New Jersey’s Domestic Violence Laws?

New Jersey passed the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act in 1991 to protect victims of abuse. The Act protects those in certain types of relationships, including married, separated, or divorced individuals, people who are living together, dating, or who have a child in common. Domestic violence is a serious matter and can severely impact a […]

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What are New Jersey’s Marijuana Laws?

In recent years, some states have moved to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. New Jersey, however, is not one of those states. New Jersey still maintains strict laws regarding the possession and distribution of marijuana. Marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug and is considered one of the most dangerous and addictive drugs. […]

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Attorney Katcher to Present at NJAJ Boardwalk Seminar 2020

Attorney Tamra Katcher, Esq. will be presenting at New Jersey’s Association for Justice (NJAJ)’s annual Boardwalk Seminar 2020 – A Digital Experience: Education, Networking & Exhibits. The seminar will virtually feature the opportunity to meet the continuing education requirements of trial attorneys as well as top national speakers. The event will be taking place from […]

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