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June 12, 2020

Post Pandemic Plan: COVID-19 NJ Judicial Orders - June 10th and 11th


COVID-19 NJ Courts 2020 Post-Pandemic Plan 

  • Transition from Phase 1 (Remote Operations) to 
  • Phase 2 (Limited On-site Presence and In-Person Court Events

Meg is the former Chief Assistant Prosecutor for the County of Cape May, New Jersey.  

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As an adjunct instructor at Rowan University and former instructor at both the Cape May and Vineland police academies, she has a passion for sharing information about the law in NJ.   -The New Jersey judicial system is doing a good job of moving forward via technology. πŸš“ -So far:  Twelve-thousand criminal trial proceedings with eighteen-thousand participants.   -What are the conflicts we are facing between problem solving and the Constitution?  -For sure we'll be flirting with speedy-trial rights and requirements to bring charges in 180 days.   

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