Meg and Jeff Horn, Toms River, NJ family law attorney and host of The Bold Sidebar, continue their discussion of 2021 New Jersey Supreme Court decisions.
In Episode 2 in this series, Meg and Jeff discuss State v. Kanem Williamson, a unanimous May 10, 2021 decision in which the NJSC upheld the admissibility of the victim’s video-taped non-verbal identification of Williamson as the person that shot her 11 months before she died from “complications of multiple gunshot wounds”.
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Family Law Attorney
Jeff Horn is a family law attorney. Before becoming a lawyer, Jeff worked in the environmental cleanup business – managing hazardous waste sites and serving as regional manager of a national air and soil testing equipment company. Jeff opened his own law firm, Horn Law Group, in 1998 and continues to serve the needs of local individuals and families as an attorney. Jeff has been honored by peer review organizations, including Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers. You can also follow Jeff's podcast, The Bold Sidebar, on all the major podcast players.
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