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  1. Report of the President, acting through the Attorney General, on the feasibility of establishing an environmental court system by William M Cohen, 1973
  2. The Attorney General's Page.(Justice Review Task Force appointed the Family Justice Reform Working Group to recommend changes to the family court system ... Columbia): An article from: The Advocate by Geoff Plant, 2004-11-01
  3. Cretney & Lush on Enduring Powers of Attorney by Denzil Lush, Stephen Michael Cretney, 1991-07
  4. Development of an RFP for a statewide prosecution system study, South Carolina, Office of the Attorney General by Robert Harrell, 1975
  5. Marketing for Attorneys and Law Firms (Haworth Marketing Resources) (Haworth Marketing Resources)

101. New Jersey Courts Overview
courts are the most visible part of our legal system. The structure of New Jersey s court system is among the simplest in the nation.
New Jersey Courts Overview
An Overview of Court Process
Courts are the most visible part of our legal system. Though many legal issues and disputes are never brought to the courthouse, each year approximately seven million new cases are filed in New Jersey's courts. In those cases, judges are called upon to decide disputes involving such diverse topics as criminal law, motor vehicle violations, divorce, and other family matters, wills, contracts, defective products, and of course our basic rights as Americans, such as freedom of speech. People set the agenda for New Jersey Courts through these cases, and it is through these cases that courts influence our lives. The structure of New Jersey's court system is among the simplest in the nation. There are only a few basic types of courts in the state. Municipal courts, Tax Court, state Superior Court, which includes the trial courts, an Appellate Division and the New Jersey Supreme Court. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey is Deborah T. Poritz.
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102. NJ Courts Online
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QUICK SITE INDEX Access for the Disabled (ADA) ACPE (Professional Ethics) Opinions Addresses of Local Courts Adult Supervision (Probation) Annual Report 2002 (PDF) Annual Report 2000-2001 (PDF) Appellate Court Arbitration Program Manuals Archive Section Argument Schedule, Supreme Court Assignment Judges Atlantic/Cape May Court Information Attorney Advertising Opinions Attorney Ethics, Office of Attorney Trust Accounts Bergen County Court Information Board of Bar Examiners Bona Fide Office Rule Burlington County Court Information Calendars and Schedules Camden Court Information Camera and Audio Coverage Guidelines Child Placement Review Boards Child Support Enforcement Child Support Guidelines Civil Arbitration Programs Civil Division Managers Civil Model Jury Charges Civil Motion Calendar Civil Practice Division Civil Presiding Judges Client Protection Fund Closings (unscheduled) Committee Reports 2000-2002 Complementary Dispute Resolution Community Resources Court Calendars ConductCode for Judiciary Employees Court Holidays Court Services Criminal Practice Division Criminal Division Managers Criminal Jury Charges Criminal Presiding Judges Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem Courts Decisions on Civil Motions Directions To Courthouses and AOC Directives Drug Court Information Electronic Filing, App. Div.

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