Important new history published June 2020. Includes focus on the organized legal profession’s role and attitudes.
Along with State v. Conley, established right to counsel in NJ municipal court when imprisonment or large fine is actually threatened or when there is a likelihood of conviction.
New York default judgment not entitled to full faith and credit in NJ due to lack of jurisdiction, in scam where NJ resident had no real connection with NY.
Reverses lower court and holds that county welfare board does not have standing to pursue an appeal from a decision of the state welfare department in favor of the recipient.