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  • Anti-poverty Volunteer Profits from Homeless Man's House Sale
    Anti-poverty Volunteer Profits from Homeless Man's House Sale

    Dash Farrow attorney Mary Chatten was quoted in an article written by the Associated Press entitled, “Anti-poverty volunteer profiting from homeless man’s house sale.” The article, which was published ...

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  • Ruling Draws Warning That Police May Skip Warrants to Draw Blood
    Ruling Draws Warning That Police May Skip Warrants to Draw Blood

    Dash Farrow partner Tim Farrow was recently asked by the New Jersey Law Journal to comment on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the case of State v. Zalcberg , regarding blood draws by ...

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  • Eyewitness Identification Requires Careful Examination
    Eyewitness Identification Requires Careful Examination

    Misidentification by eyewitnesses still happens in NJ but much less thanks to changes in our law. I have successfully challenged witness identifications and carefully examine them in every case, but ...

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  • Increase in Arrests at NJ Schools for Potential Threats
    Increase in Arrests at NJ Schools for Potential Threats

    Several districts dealt with police investigations and arrests on Monday as NJ continues to be on edge following the Florida shootings. From Patch.com: “Several school districts dealt with security ...

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  • Tim Farrow Winning in Mt. Laurel Municipal Court
    Tim Farrow Winning in Mt. Laurel Municipal Court

    Timothy Farrow has been a very familiar face over the years in Mt. Laurel Municipal Court, but not one necessarily one the Prosecutor looks forward to seeing. Over the last few months, he has had some ...

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  • Christie Signs Bill Changing NJ’s Expungement Laws
    Christie Signs Bill Changing NJ’s Expungement Laws

    Chris Christie Signs 5 Bills Into Law, 2nd Chances For Offenders Photo Credit “Patch.com NJ” Gov. Chris Christie signed 5 bills into law this week, including one that helps New Jerseyans with a ...

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