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If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated, you may already know that the State has the burden of proving each element of that offense beyond a reasonable doubt in order to obtain a DWI conviction against you. Specifically, the DWI statute, N.J.S.A. 39:4-50, requires the State to prove the following two elements: (1)...
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Bail reform and criminal justice reform have swept through New Jersey.  In 2017, there have been tremendous changes in the conducting of business within the criminal courts.  On December 14, 2017, the Burlington County Bar Association, Criminal Practice Committee proudly presents a seminar concerning bail and criminal justice reform.  The seminar is entitled: “Bail &...
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Michael C. Mormando, Esquire, of Attorneys Hartman, Chartered in Moorestown, NJ will be speaking at the Burlington County Bar Association, Criminal Practice Committee’s CLE Xtravaganza on December 14, 2017.  Mike will be speaking at and moderating a session on Fourth Amendment and Search & Seizure jurisprudence.  Mike is the Co-Chair to the Criminal Practice Committee...
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As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, our family at Attorneys Hartman, Chartered wish you a safe and restful holiday. If you plan to consume alcoholic beverages, please remember to drink responsibly. Please don’t drink and drive. More tickets for DUI are written on Thanksgiving weekend than any other time of the year. If you have a...
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There are a variety of circumstances in which employers require prospective employees to sign noncompete agreements as a condition of employment. Many prospective employees – especially in this job market – fail to consider the implications of these restrictions until it is too late.  Even if you are suffering from the effects of noncompete restrictions,...
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Buying real estate can be intimidating for most people, which is why we typically advise planning ahead, but taking it one step at a time.  Once you get past the exciting hunting and selection part and move onto contract review, it is critical that you know your rights and how best to ensure they are...
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Join Katherine Hartman on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 for “Running in Heels”. The Panel includes: Hon. Jeanne T. Covert, P.J.Cr., Burlington County Superior Court Hon. Paula T. Dow, J.S.C., Burlington County Superior Court Hon. M. Patricia Richmond, J.S.C. (Ret. on Recall), Burlington County Superior Court Carolyn V. Chang, Esq., Solo Practitioner, Law Office of Carolyn...
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Michael Mormando will be speaking and moderating at a Burlington County Bar Association continuing legal education seminar on the topic of trial advocacy along with Mark A. Fury, Esquire and Karen R. Thek, Esquire, on April 26, 2017, at the County Office Building in Mt. Holly, New Jersey. The class is entitled “What Obi Wan...
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Katherine Hartman accepted the Martin Haines Award on Thursday evening, April 13, 2027. The Haines Award is the highest honor of the Burlington County Bar Association. The criteria for the award is as follows: a. Attitude, demeanor, and relationship between the recipient and the general public, fellow members of the Bar and the Judiciary; b....
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Join Katherine Hartman, Rachel London and Mark R. Natale for Legal Business 101 on April 18, 2017 (4:30-6:45) at the Burlington County Office Building, 3rd Floor, Courtroom 2, Mount Holly New Jersey. The seminar is geared toward young lawyers looking for employment or lawyers of any age considering starting their own firms or those who...
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