http://www.trentonian.com/general-news/20180529/disabled-robbinsville-family-gets-200k-after-cop-attack Disabled Robbinsville family gets $200K after cop attack By: Isaac Avilucea (email@example.com) POSTED: Tuesday, May 29, 2018 - 6:57 p.m.
UPDATED: A DAY AGO Robbinsville Township Police Department logo. ROBBINSVILE >> The township has paid out crazy money to settle three lawsuits brought after a cop went "off his rocker" and assaulted a wheelchair-bound mom and her
trentonian.com By Paul Mickle, The Trentonian TRENTON — State to pay $750,000 to family of man killed during trooper-involved crash. An out-of-court settlement of $750,000 has been made between the state and the Trenton family of a new father killed in a 2007 pileup on the Atlantic City Expressway that his lawyers blamed on state troopers. John Robinson, 21, was killed when his disabled car was hit and burst into flames just after he ran back to it to get his cell phone at 10
https://pennrecord.com/stories/510553869-metalworker-whose-fingers-were-amputated-files-products-liability-claim-against-tennsmith-inc Metalworker whose fingers were amputated files products liability claim against Tennsmith Inc. Jon Campisi Mar. 28, 2014, 7:04am A Bucks County man who says he sustained serious and irreversible injuries
when his fingers were amputated by a metal shearer while at work has filed a products liability complaint against the makers of the device.
Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (“A.R.D.”) is a pre-trial intervention program for first time non-violent offenders. A.R.D. is not a conviction and does not require a defendant to serve mandatory jail sentences associated with certain convictions. In order to be eligible for A.R.D., you must be a first time offender with certain exceptions You are not a first time offender if you have ever been convicted of any misdemeanor or f
Cliff Bidlingmaier was successful in having the charge of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:36-2, dismissed. The case involved what was a purported search of a college dormitory that was occupied by multiple individuals. The search resulted in the Law Firm of Bidlingmaier & Bidlingmaier filing a Motion to Suppress the Evidence and a Motion to Suppress the Statements of the Defendant. The legal memorandum argued that the search was in violation of