Monday, November 13, 2000 - 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM Clarion Hotel, Edison 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Sponsored by New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE)
BOOK AND AUDIO TAPES AVAILABLE FROM ICLE
Speakers: HON. EMERY Z. TOTH, JMC Presiding Municipal Court Judge, Woodbridge Associate Court Judge, Edison
KENNETH A. VERCAMMEN, ESQ. Municipal Prosecutor 9 years Editor: New Jersey Municipal Court Law Review
HON. MARK T. APOSTOLOU, JMC Municipal Court Judge in several townships Shebell & Shebell (Ocean)
JOHN MENZEL, ESQ. Law Offices of John Menzel (Point Pleasant)
FRANK TOBEY New Jersey State Police Breathalyzer Expert (retired)
More than four million cases are heard annually in New Jerseys municipal courts. Issues range from drug and alcohol-related offenses and local ordinance violations to drunk driving and disorderly conduct.
During the past few years, Municipal Court rules and statutes have undergone significant changes. This program offered practical pointers for attorneys representing clients in Municipal Court, and bring people up to date with recent changes in the law.
The program featured Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq., a highly experienced Municipal Court Prosecutor and defense attorney. He was joined by two Municipal Court Judges, an attorney who has handled precedent-setting DWI cases throughout the state, and a Breathalyzer expert. Youll learn from those who have done it how to gain the competitive edge for your client.
LEARN PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR REPRESENTING YOUR CLIENT IN MUNICIPAL COURT, INCLUDING... New point violation ? improper driving. Drunk driving ? New challenges to Breathalyzer and blood test results. Driving while suspended ? Avoiding the $3,000 fine. Defenses to no-insurance cases. Drug recognition expert cross-examination. How to impress the Court and not annoy the Court staff! Forms, motions and demand letters. Criminal case law developments during the past six months. New laws and pending legislation. ...and featuring a special session on Ask the Experts!
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Young Lawyers Division Reduced fees for Young/ new lawyers Can't Attend? Audio Cassette Tapes $139
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