Thirty-eight years after the comprehensive reformation, reorganization and modernization of the New Jersey judicial system, the Municipal Court Judicial Conference took a long look at the Municipal Court system based upon the report of the Supreme Court’s Task Force on the Improvement of Municipal Courts. Keynoting the Conference, Chief Justice Robert Wilentz commented on the project’s importance, stating that, “despite the importance of these courts, their performance has fallen short of our standards of fair and efficient justice.
Supreme Court Confirms Bad Breathalyzer Tests
Shelter can be a good thing under most circumstances. That is, however, unless driving home after consuming some adult beverage! Read about pulling over when intoxicated in New Jersey – are you safely off the road or operating a vehicle under the influence?
Sometimes a well-intentioned police officer may experience something known as confirmation bias.
OP-ED: Peter Lederman talks about expressing opinions in The NJ Law Journal about the New Jersey Municipal Court system.
OP-ED: The recommendations of the Subcommittee on Judicial Independence in the New Jersey Municipal Courts will not do enough to remedy systemic problems.
Recently I have had many “what’s going on here” moments. If you follow the news, you know what I mean. But some of those thoughts come to mind with regard to New Jersey Municipal Courts.
More people arrested for DWI should receive the kind of support that Tiger Woods is getting.
It’s time to revamp New Jersey’s motor vehicle laws.
In this time of “change” that elected our new president, it’s time for us to take care of business at home and reform our municipal courts.