Who is the Chief Justice of New Jersey?

Who is the Chief Justice of New Jersey?

The NJ Courts are using new technology and creative solutions to ensure an open door to justice. Visit our COVID-19 information page for the latest updates on our court operations. Also view our special publication on the Court’s response to COVID-19. Read Chief Justice Stuart Rabner’s broadcast message to the Judiciary.

How are expungement laws changed in New Jersey?

New Jersey expungement laws were recently amended, reducing waiting periods and expanding the types of offenses eligible for expungement. The Judiciary’s new e-Courts expungement system makes the process less complicated, allowing attorneys and self-represented litigants to file petitions for expungement online. Watch the video.

How to contact the court in New Jersey?

Contact the courtif you have questions about filing emergent applications or about a scheduled hearing, motion, conference, or other matter. For more information about COVID-19 coronavirus, visit https://covid19.nj.gov/or NJ.gov/healthor call the 24-hour public hotline at 1-800-222-1222 COVID-19 Guidance for Attorneys and Litigants

Is there a Superior Court in New Jersey?

As of March 18, 2020 and until further notice, there are no in-person Superior Court and Tax Court proceedings (except for extremely limited emergent matters and certain ongoing trials). As many matters as possible (including case management conferences, motions, and hearings) will be handled by telephone or video conference.

The NJ Courts are using new technology and creative solutions to ensure an open door to justice. Visit our COVID-19 information page for the latest updates on our court operations. Also view our special publication on the Court’s response to COVID-19. Read Chief Justice Stuart Rabner’s broadcast message to the Judiciary.

New Jersey expungement laws were recently amended, reducing waiting periods and expanding the types of offenses eligible for expungement. The Judiciary’s new e-Courts expungement system makes the process less complicated, allowing attorneys and self-represented litigants to file petitions for expungement online. Watch the video.

Why are judges allowed to recuse themselves from cases?

Allowing judges to determine if they should recuse themselves, is frequently abused by sitting judges. Each judge has prejudices, and that is one reason that juries should be used. Even with juries, judges control the courtroom and by allowing or excluding evidence, still control what juries use to evaluate actions.