New Jersey Domestic Violence Practice & Procedure (2009)

Member Price: $71
Non-Member Price: $89

Authors include:
Hon. Angelo J. DiCamillo, JTC
Ruth Anne Robbins, Esq.
Michael M. Abatemarco, Esq.


About the Treatise:
A sitting judge and a Clincal Associate Professor of Law in the Nationally renowned Rutgers Law School Domestic Violence Project take you step-by-step through the process of obtaining a restraining order, filing a claim, and going to trial based on the provisions of the N.J.S.A. 2C:25-17 to 35.

Includes comprehensive information on:
• The psychology of domestic violence and its victims
• Two-step process of obtaining restraining orders
• Criminal aspects of a domestic violence proceeding
• Kinds of relief
• Can domestic violence cases be settled? Under what conditions?
• Immigration issues
• plus points that provide insight into the nuances of representing a client in a domestic violence action


• Supreme Court Domestic Violence Procedures Manual – which sets the procedures and policies for the courts, police and prosecutors in New Jersey
• Recent statistics on domestic violence in New Jersey

• Information packed section on:

  – Parallel Criminal Proceedings in a Domestic Violence Action
  – Representing the Batterer
  – Appeals
  – Special Issues Regarding Military Personnel
• Recent case law through December 2004





Check out some sample pages: click here

Table of contents: click here


Member Price:
Non-Member Price: $89


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