New Twists in N.J. Murder Case Where a Body Was Buried in a Backyard Excerpt from Patch.com Article By Jan Hefler (Philly.com Staff Writer) Last Halloween, the police were knocking on doors and asking if anyone had seen Justin DuBois. A few weeks earlier, DuBois, 23, had moved in with two brothers, Bryan and Christopher…

More Than 20,000 People Charged with DWI Could Get Some Sort of “Relief” Because of a Falsifying-Records Scandal Excerpt from Patch.com Article By Tom Davis (Patch Staff) More than 20,000 people charged with driving-while-intoxicated could get some sort of “relief” — and their cases could be dismissed — because of a falsifying-records scandal involving the…

Congratulations to Dash Farrow, LLP partner Tim Farrow for being named a 2017 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine! Photo Credit “David Michael Howarth Photography” From South Jersey Magazine: “Every year, we ask SJ attorneys to tell us which of their peers are standouts in the legal arena. They’re the esteemed attorneys who have risen to…

Penn State death followed others blamed on hazing in US fraternities Excerpt from GMA article via Yahoo.com by Michael Edison Hayden The recent charges filed against fraternity members in the death of Penn State student Timothy Piazza during a fraternity pledge ceremony have stoked interest in the detailed allegations of inaction among group members in coming…

Testilying – Swearing to tell a lie Changing stories told on the stand after convictions is so common, court watchers have a name for it. The challenge is what to believe, and when. Excerpt from Philadelphia Inquirer/Philly.com article by Emilie Lounsberry & Michaelle Bond It was a giant step for Deirdre Jones to take the…

Virginia Is for Felonies? Petty Theft Law From 1980s Sticks Originally by Alanna Durkin Richer via AP “Stealing a $230 pair of eyeglasses would land you a misdemeanor conviction in most states. Shoplifting the same item in Virginia could make you a felon for life. To keep pace with inflation, at least 30 states have raised…

How to Handle a Police Traffic Stop This is a straightforward and accurate video describing how to react if you are pulled over by the police during a traffic stop. Knowing what your rights are and what the law is regarding traffic stops and traffic violations is crucial to avoiding legal pitfalls. Rossen Reports: What…

Murder Trial Ends in Mistrial After a month-long trial and five (5) days of jury deliberations in Camden County Superior Court, the Court yesterday declared a mistrial based upon the jury’s failure to reach a unanimous verdict.  Timothy Farrow’s client faces up to a Life Imprisonment, and a retrial has now been scheduled for April…

N.J. Rethinks Bail – Who Gets Out, Who Stays Jailed Originally by Maddie Hanna via Trenton Bureau “As of Sunday, suspects arrested in New Jersey will no longer face the prospect of being stuck in jail solely because they can’t make bail. But some accused offenders will no longer have any chance of being released before…

Photo credit Nancy Rokos | For BCT.com “It was a very challenging case, and even more so considering the jury did not have the option of lesser-included manslaughter charges. That among other potential appeal issues will be discussed with my client” – Tim Farrow Excerpt from article by Rose Krebs (BurlingtonCountyTimes.com): “A jury found a Cinnaminson man…