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Capitol Siege Defense Attorney: Media Ploy or Mitigation and Having Respect for the Client

“These are people with brain damage, they’re f--king retarded, they’re on the goddamn spectrum. But they’re our brothers, our sisters, our neighbors, our coworkers — they’re part of our country. These aren’t bad people, they don’t have prior criminal history. Fuck, they were subjected to four-plus years of goddamn propaganda the likes of which the [...]

Abrogation of Brimage Guidelines

On April 19, 2021, one day after Governor Phil Murphy conditionally vetoed a bill that would have eliminated mandatory minimum prison sentences for a broad set of crimes, New Jersey’s Attorney General, Gurbir Grewal, issued a groundbreaking internal directive to prosecutors (the “Directive”) that exercised prosecutorial discretion to effectively eliminate mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent drug [...]

By |2021-05-18T17:46:29-04:00April 22nd, 2021|Drug Crimes/Trafficking|0 Comments

Two Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers Named to 2021 New Jersey Super Lawyers® List

We are proud to announce two of Stahl Criminal Defense attorneys have been selected for the 2021 New Jersey Super Lawyers® list. Robert G. Stahl for White Collar Crime Andrew Olesnycky for Criminal Defense Robert Stahl’s 2021 selection marks his 15-year anniversary as a Super Lawyers® honoree, as he has been listed in every edition [...]

The Straight Dope on Legalization of Marijuana in New Jersey

On February 22, 2021, New Jersey became the 14th state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana when Governor Phil Murphy signed a group of laws that enacted the marijuana legalization ballot measure approved by more than two-thirds of New Jersey voters in November.

By |2021-05-18T17:46:51-04:00February 24th, 2021|Drug Crimes/Trafficking|0 Comments

NJ Supreme Court Endorses the Reopening of Thousands of Detention Hearings

One of the great tragedies of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the thousands of New Jersey pretrial detainees who – despite being presumed innocent and not having been convicted of any crime – are languishing in unsafe conditions in county jails while courts remain closed to jury trials. On February 11, 2021, the New Jersey Supreme Court endorsed the reopening of thousands of detention hearings by inmates detained for longer than six months, citing the “due process concerns” caused by the unexpectedly lengthy suspension of criminal trials in New Jersey.

By |2021-05-18T17:46:51-04:00February 16th, 2021|NJ Superior Courts|0 Comments

President Biden Is Phasing Out Private Prisons for Federal Inmates

President Biden just signed an Executive Order to phase out the federal government’s use of private prisons. For-profit, private prison systems have been found to provide less humane and less safe environments overall, in an effort to increase profits. While signing the Order, the President stated that “[t]his is the first step to stop corporations from profiting off incarceration, that is less humane and less safe, as studies show . . . [a]nd this is just the beginning of my administration’s plan to address systematic problems in our criminal justice system.”

By |2021-05-25T17:48:57-04:00January 27th, 2021|Federal Courts, Prison|0 Comments

New Jersey’s Use of Force Policy to Change for the Better

Gurbir Grewal, the New Jersey State Attorney General, recently announced a new policy that will affect the State’s more than 38,000 police officers beginning on December 31, 2021. The change comes after two years of study into racial disparities and other issues involving the use of force in New Jersey. The new rules, which will limit the use of force, ban using police dogs on suspects who are simply resisting arrest and require departments to review every incident where force was used, are focused on protecting the “sanctity of human life.”

By |2021-05-25T17:49:18-04:00January 18th, 2021|Police|0 Comments

Department of Justice’s Focus on Telemedicine Fraud

With Covid-19 still surging throughout the United States, telemedicine has expanded as a viable option for patients seeking to limit their exposure to doctors’ offices. To meet this need, Federal and State regulators have both implemented and increased a number of measures allowing telemedicine to reach more people, as well as cover more areas of practice.

By |2021-05-25T17:49:36-04:00November 11th, 2020|Healthcare Fraud|0 Comments

Virtual Grand Jury and Virtual Trial During the Pandemic

Around the country, a number of state and federal courts have started to use virtual grand juries to indict, and virtual juries for actual trials. If you are concerned that jurors involved in virtual processes may not represent a true cross section of the population, or that virtual hearings are inherently unfair, you are not alone.

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