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Kenneth Vercammen Esq. Edison
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is an Edison, NJ trial attorney. 732-572-0500. He handles Criminal, Estate Planning, Probate, injury cases, Municipal Court in most courts
is an Edison, NJ trial attorney. 732-572-0500. He handles Criminal, Estate Planning, Probate, injury cases, Municipal Court in most courts

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Top 25 Municipal Court Cases and Criminal cases in the past year-
The Foundation of the Municipal Court Attorney’s Arsenal

December 12, 2018 Noon-1:40pm Wednesday,
NJ Bar NJICLE webinar

Featuring:
Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq.
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Municipal Court Law Attorney
Past Chair, NJSBA Municipal Court Practice Section
Past NJSBA Municipal Court Practitioner of the Year

Francis M. Womack, III, Esq.
Municipal Court Prosecutor Edison, Piscataway and Sayreville, Carteret
Law Offices of Francis M. Womack (Iselin)
Mayor- North Brunswick

David R. Spevack, Esq.
Municipal Court Prosecutor Edison and Woodbridge, Carteret
Governor Murphy Transition Team representative from Hispanic Bar Association

Donovan Bezer, Esq.
Municipal Court Prosecutor Metuchen, Jersey City

Chirag Mehta, Esq.
Municipal Court Prosecutor Irvington, Alternate Prosecutor Edison, North Brunswick and Morris Plains

Municipal Court can stay DL suspension after DWI if appeal
State v. Robertson 228 NJ 138 (2017)
• School Zone map admissible if properly authenticated State v. Wilson
NJ 34 (2017)
• Defendant’s furtive movement after car stop justified removal of
Passenger State v. Bacome
• Not criminal harassment to publish rude flyers State v. Burkert 231
N.J. 257 (2017)
• Plain feel of bulge of rock cocaine permitted search
State v Evans __ NJ __ (2018)
• Ordinary police video not subject to OPRA Paff v. Ocean County
Prosecutor’s Office
• Dash cam video in fatal shooting public record
North Jersey Media Group, Inc. v. Township of Lyndhurst
• Here if DWI plea vacated with PCR, no criminal DWS State v Faison
(App. Div 2017)
• DNA on towel not admissible without proper foundation and chain of
custody State v Mauti 208 NJ 519 (2017)
• No good faith exception for errors in search warrant of apartment
State v Boone __ NJ __ (2017)
• Mandatory DNA samples in serious Municipal court criminal
• New Criminal rules effective Jan 1, 2017
No more cash bail. Everyone with a Warrant gets to spend at least one
night in jail !!!
• Updated Expungement Law changes procedures for expunging
criminal records signed in 2017 taking effective October 1, 2018
• Warrantless blood draw permitted in fatal accident based on
exigency. State v. Zalcberg 232 N.J. 335 (2018).
• Police could not stop for only one broken taillight
State v. Sutherland 231 NJ 429 (2018)


• Hearsay is generally admissible in a VOP hearing
State v. Mosley (App. Div. 2018)
• Police have duty to preserve video and evidence
State v Richardson 452 N.J. Super 124 (App. Div. 2017)
• Evidence suppressed where no valid inventory search. State v.
Hummel 232 N.J. 196 (2018).
• Driver’s failure to provide registration here permitted limited search.
State v. Terry 232 N.J. 218 (2018).
• Consent to search voluntarily given here. State v. Hagans 233 N.J. 30
(2018).
• No weekend jail for third offender DWIs, must serve straight time
State v. Anicama
• Driver can be charged with criminal driving while suspended if they
had prior refusal and prior DWI State v Dougherty
• Later obtained search warrant does not correct prior illegal
warrantless search. State v. Atwood 232 N.J. 433 (2018).
• Supreme Court rules Breath test results produced by Alcotest machines
are inadmissible if not calibrated using a NIST-traceable thermometer
State v. Cassidy
These cases deal with major issues confronting municipal court law practitioners in this state. Without a complete understanding of what these cases involve, you could be at a serious disadvantage when you bring your next municipal court matter to court. Don’t miss this opportunity to benefit from the expertise and experience of five of the state’s leading municipal court law practitioners as they analyze this year’s leading municipal court law cases.

Join us for a convenient luncheon webinar and become familiar with the newest key municipal court law cases that should be part of your legal arsenal, whether you are a municipal court prosecutor or defense attorney.

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What is Drug Paraphernalia?
2C:36-1 What is Drug Paraphernalia? What is Drug paraphernalia? 2C:36-1 Kenneth Vercammen's Law office represents individuals charged with criminal and serious traffic violations throughout New Jersey. The following is the law in New Jersey: 2C:36-1. Drug p...

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Drug Paraphernalia
2C:36-1 Drug Paraphernalia 2C:36-1. Drug paraphernalia Kenneth Vercammen's Law office represents individuals charged with criminal and serious traffic violations throughout New Jersey. The following is the law in New Jersey: 2C:36-1. Drug paraphernalia, def...

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Vehicular Homicide
Vehicular Homicide 2C:11-5. Death by auto or vessel. a. Criminal homicide constitutes vehicular homicide when it is caused by driving a vehicle or vessel recklessly. Proof that the defendant fell asleep while driving or was driving after having been without...

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VANDALIZING RAILROAD CROSSING . 2C:33-14.1 model jury charge
VANDALIZING RAILROAD CROSSING . 2C:33-14.1 model jury charge VANDALIZING RAILROAD CROSSING DEVICES ( N.J.S.A.  2C:33-14.1) model jury charge Count ______ of the indictment provides as follows: [READ COUNT OF THE INDICTMENT] This count charges the defendan...

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Vandalism
Vandalism Criminal Mischief 2C:17-3 Kenneth Vercammen's Law office represents individuals charged with criminal and serious traffic violations throughout New Jersey. Criminal Mischief 2C:17-3. a. Offense defined. A person is guilty of criminal mischief if h...

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USE OF FORCE UPON AN INTRUDER model jury charge 2c:3-4
USE OF FORCE UPON AN INTRUDER model jury charge 2c:3-4 JUSTIFICATION USE OF FORCE UPON AN INTRUDER model jury charge ( N.J.S.A . 2C:3-4c) The indictment charges that the defendant has committed the crime of  . The defendant contends that  his/her  use of fo...

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USE OF FORCE IN PROTECTION OF OTHERS model jury charge 2c:3-5
USE OF FORCE IN PROTECTION OF OTHERS model jury charge 2c:3-5 JUSTIFICATION ‑ USE OF FORCE IN PROTECTION OF OTHERS model jury charge ( N.J.S.A.  2C:3‑5) The defendant contends  he/she  should be found not guilty because  he/she  acted in defense of a third ...

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USE OF FORCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT model jury charge 2C:3-7a
USE OF FORCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT model jury charge 2C:3-7a USE OF FORCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT model jury charge ( N.J.S.A.  2C:3-7a) The defendant contends that  he/she  is not guilty of the crime of  because the force  he/she  used was for the purpose of effec...
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