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No probable cause found in NJ for citizen complaint of official misconduct by chairman of Port Authority. Judge ruled complainant has no standing

UPDATE: Common law was abolished in New Jersey in 1979. Another source. I am a journalist with minimal legal experience. Over the past three weeks I attended a probable cause "hearing" in ...
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Plaintiff didn't respond to discovery - and later settled - can I get any legal fees back?

I was sued in New Jersey on (IMHO) pretty shaky grounds. I hired a pricey lawyer ($495/hr) to try to take care of it quickly. It was clear to me that the other side didn't have any intention to go ...
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Waiver of liability: can I be required to waive an institution from liability from its negligence?

A certain University in New Jersey is holding a conference and organising an afternoon of excursions and leisure activities. It requires that participants sign a waiver containing the clause (emphasis ...
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In reference to a citizen's complaint of official misconduct, in what rule is “proximity” to the crime specified?

This is a followup to No probable cause found in NJ for citizen complaint of official misconduct by chairman of Port Authority. Judge ruled complainant has no standing I forget the exact terminology, ...