Tag Archives: Inadmissible Evidence

Union County DWI charges dismissed based on improper Alcotest procedures

I am Anthony N. Palumbo, New Jersey DWI/DUI defense attorney, and last week I obtained a not guilty verdict in a Union County drunk driving case because the police failed to comply with required Alcotest procedures. Drunk driving charges constitute … Continue reading

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Court rules that victim’s failure to wear a seatbelt is admissible evidence in vehicular homicide case

In a recent vehicular homicide case, State v. Buckley, the New Jersey Appellate Division held that evidence relating to the victim’s seatbelt use was admissible. The case arose when the defendant, a North Brunswick police officer, lost control of his … Continue reading

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Court finds drugs seized during Monmouth County raid inadmissible

In State v. Rockford, 2011 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 2151 (Aug. 9, 2011), the New Jersey Appellate Division reversed a Monmouth County man’s convictions for possession of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana and other drugs because the … Continue reading

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Evidence in possession with intent to distribute cases

In New Jersey, possession with intent to distribute drugs is an extremely common offense that carries severe penalties. When charged with such an offense, not only is it extremely important to have an experienced Union County Drug Defense Attorney defend … Continue reading

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