Joseph Stringfellow

State v. Handy

"Unreasonable" conduct by police dispatcher leads to suppression of evidence.

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled today, in a split decision (5-2),that unreasonable conduct by a police dispatcher in negligently providing police with information that was inaccurate must result in the suppression of the…more
 /  Criminal Law
Murray v. Plainfield Rescue and John F. Kennedy Hospital

When is the EMT a Good Samaritan?

Statutory Immunity v. Good Samaritan Act…more
De Tarquino v. Jersey City

Statutory Immunity does not extent to Docmentation

Accurate documentation of the Patient Care Report remains one of the most important aspects of EMT's job. While the recent decision in Murray v. Plainfield Rescue made clear that N.J.S.A. 26:2K-29 extends statutory immunity to…more
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