In C.R. v. M.T. (A-58-19/083760) (Decided September 28, 2021), the Supreme Court of New Jersey addressed what standard should apply in determining whether an alleged sexual assault victim was too intoxicated to give consent under the Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act of 2015 (SASPA). It concluded that the standard should
In Bozzi v. Jersey City, (A-12-20/084392) (Decided September 20, 2021), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that owning a dog is a substantially public endeavor in which people do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy that exempts their personal information from disclosure under the privacy clause of the
In State v. Rasheem W. McQueen (A-11-20/084564) (Decided August 10, 2021), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that the right of privacy extends to an arrestee’s call on a police line from the stationhouse when neither party to the call is aware that the police are recording their conversation.