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Defendant reported that a couple he met while playing pool in Pompton Lakes had spent the night in his apartment. 1, 10)POINT XIVTHE COURT ERRED IN CHARGING JUSTIFICATION, SELF-DEFENSE AND SELF-PROTECTION OVER THE DEFENDANT'S OBJECTION; DEFENDANT WAS DENIED A FAIR TRIAL AND DUE PROCES OF LAW (U.
2C:5-1a(3) and 2C:14-2a(7), possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, N. While Struyk bandaged a one-inch-long cut on defendant's wrist, he asked him what happened.
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John Vincent Saykanic argued the cause for appellant. Festa, Senior Assistant Prosecutor, argued the cause for respondent (Camelia M. The tape of the 9-1-1 call defendant made to police was played to the jury. wore Vogel's t-shirt while in the Jacuzzi, which “covered everything,” and Vogel and defendant wore their “boxers.” They stayed in the Jacuzzi until approximately a.m., got dressed, and defendant showed them to the master bedroom. She told defendant that she was going to sleep and the last thing she remembered was “snuggling” with Vogel as defendant left the room. The cause of death was sharp wounds to the neck, torso, and face. (1947)POINT XTHE CONVICTION UNDER COUNT 5 (ATTEMPTED AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT) MUST BE REVERSED DUE TO THE ADMISSION OF EGREGIOUSLY PREJUDICIAL HEARSAY WHICH DEPRIVED THE DEFENDANT OF HIS SIXTH AMENDMENT CONFRONTATION RIGHT AND OF HIS DUE PROCESS RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL PURSUANT TO THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND NEW JERSEY STATE CONSTITUTIONPOINT XITHE TRIAL COURT ERRED IN DENYING DEFENSE COUNSEL'S MOTION FOR A JUDGMENT OF ACQUITTAL REGARDING THE CHARGE OF MURDER IN COUNT ONE, THEREBY NECESSARILY TAINTING THE JURY'S VERDICT FINDING THE DEFENDANT GUILTY OF THE LESSER INCLUDED OFFENSE OF AGGRAVATED MANSLAUGHTER; THE OVERCHARGE ON THE MURDER COUNT RESULTED IN A COMPROMISE VERDICT WHICH MUST BE REVERSED [SIC] THE DEFENDANT'S DUE PROCESS RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL PURSUANT TO THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND NEW JERSEY STATE CONSTITUTION WAS VIOLATEDPOINT XIITHE COURT ERRED IN CHARGING, OVER THE DEFENDANT'S OBJECTION, AGGRAVATED MANSLAUGHTER AND RECKLESS MANSLAUGHTER [SIC] THE DEFENDANT'S DUE PROCESS RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL PURSUANT TO THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND NEW JERSEY STATE CONSTITUTION WAS VIOLATEDPOINT XIIITHE TRIAL COURT ERRED BY FAILING TO CHARGE PASSION/PROVOCATION MANSLAUGHTER SUA SPONTE AND DEFENDANT WAS DENIED A FAIR TRIAL AND DUE PROCESS OF LAW (U.
Totowa was formed from portions of Wayne and Manchester Township on March 15, 1898.
In 1694 Arent Schuyler, a young surveyor, miner and land speculator, was sent into northwestern New Jersey to investigate rumors that the French were trying to incite the local Lenni-Lenape Native Americans to rebel against the English.
2C:11-4a(2), attempted aggravated sexual assault, N. He had abrasions on his left shoulder, forehead, left flank area, and lower back. Defendant was “yelling and pacing and pacing and yelling I can't get in trouble for this, I thought you were awake, I thought you were awake.” When Vogel finally stirred, she told him that they needed to leave immediately. got into her car, “very upset and ․ crying.” She returned to the condominium unit because Vogel was still inside talking to defendant and she told Vogel that they needed to leave. pulled up in front of the house and turned the car around to park. ran into the residence and saw Vogel on his back on the ground trying to breathe. Ribitzki's police report was also read to the jury, including a statement attributed to A. that “she was passed out and that [defendant] raped her.” The report also referred to defendant as “the guy who allegedly raped her.” Defendant stipulated to the admission of the report. During the subsequent sexual assault examination, A. said she was “unsure” what sexual contact had occurred. The external genital DNA specimens showed the presence of material from more than one individual, the major contributor being female, the minor contributor being male. The DNA was insufficient, however, for conclusive testing but Banaag nonetheless testified that defendant could “not be excluded as having contributed to this mixture” of DNA and only “one in 682” Caucasians could not be excluded. Hua conducted the autopsy on behalf of the Newark Medical Examiner's Office.