Sweeping Crime Witness Testimony Changes to Take Effect in New Jersey

After Labor Day, judges will be required to give jurors plenty of precautions before they consider the testimony they heard during trials. Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said the new instructions to jurors will discourage actions that could help put the wrong person behind bars.
July 24, 2012
 

After Labor Day, judges will be required to give jurors plenty of precautions before they consider the testimony they heard during trials. Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said the new instructions to jurors will discourage actions that could help put the wrong person behind bars.

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