New Jersey

Legal Ethics

Juror accused of lying about her past is indicted, excused from murder trial

Constitutional Law

Prosecutor drops felony gun charge over retired schoolteacher’s antique flintlock pistol

Criminal Justice

Convicted in wife slaying, profiled in book and TV miniseries, Robert Marshall dies in prison

Civil Rights

Ex-clerk sues judge, says his own mental health was questioned when he refused to be bullied

Constitutional Law

Retired teacher faces felony gun charge over antique pistol in vehicle glove box

Evidence

Police: 2 men face DWI charges for planning to hide drunk-driving crash

Trials & Litigation

Judge requires return of $1.5M won by casino gamblers who detected something amiss

Advertising Law

Judge: It is consumer fraud for therapists to call homosexuality a curable mental disorder

Corporate Law

Still battling code-theft case, former Goldman Sachs programmer sues bank for legal fees

Criminal Justice

Man to get 3 years for failing to secure gun used by his son, 4, to fatally shoot playmate

Evidence

Exec asked general counsel to pull up shirt but didn’t spot FBI body cam, news report says

Law Schools

Law dean calls out sexism in evaluation of female prof, tells students to forgo ‘fashion advice’

Family Law

Dads sue New Jersey family court judges, claim ‘best interest of the child’ standard violates rights

Judiciary

Many courts close early Monday, plan to stay shuttered Tuesday as predicted monster snowstorm looms

Judiciary

Judges who dined with indicted friend violated revised ethics rule, court says

White Collar Crime

Lawyer who duped investors with fake Facebook stock gets 46 months

Securities Law

Fired Simpson Thacher managing clerk is indicted, accused of surfing firm computers for merger info

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer indicted in mortgage-fraud case, accused of using another attorney’s identity on closing docs

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer persuades jury that accused bank robber, 66, simply wanted to open an account

Trials & Litigation

Accused bank robber, 66, was simply trying to open an account, his lawyer argues