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New Brunswick Robbery of Rutgers University Student

21 April, 2018by jmarshall

Robbery Defense Lawyers in Middlesex County NJ A Former Director in the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office Is Ready To Defend You Once again the old adage “truth is stranger than fiction” turns out to be incredibly accurate. In this bizarre case, a Rutgers University student claimed that he was robbed by an armed man, who had his wife and two kids in the car. . . . Talk about “bring your family to work day.” The student recounts that last week, midday, the driver of a dark Toyota Highlander asked... Read More»

Vehicular Homicide & DWI Plea Entered By Police Officer in New Brunswick

15 April, 2018by jmarshall

Middlesex County Vehicular Homicide Defense Lawyer In a tragic case, an off-duty Long Branch police officer killed a woman in Long Branch with his car when he was driving drunk. He admitted in court this week that he was intoxicated at the time of the incident. Detective Jake Pascucci pleaded guilty in Middlesex County Superior Court to vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated (DWI). The case was prosecuted in Middlesex County, rather than Monmouth County because the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office had worked on an investigation with Pascucci in the... Read More»

Woodbridge Stabbing Results in Aggravated Manslaughter Conviction

3 April, 2018by jmarshall

New Brunswick Manslaughter Defense Lawyer It’s a case that keeps you guessing, mostly because no one seems to know the motive for the killing.  In the early morning hours of July 18, 2016, Pablo Caamano was driving on Randolph Avenue in Woodbridge.  He saw Amarlis Calderon, 33, walking on the side of the road.  Caamano stopped to pick her up.  “The couple knew each other” according to the Middlesex County Prosecutor.  After Calderon got into Caamano’s car, they drove for a bit, and then pulled to the side of the... Read More»