If a voice mail falls in the forest, does it make a sound?

The defendant was charged with three counts of interfering with a judicial proceeding. He allegedly violated a protective order three times. An order of protection had been issued by the superior court in favor of defendant’s wife. It forbade the defendant from contacting her in any way but electronically.  Any such communication was only to […]

JP: Sometimes the simplest explanation is the best

Many times a justice of the peace is called upon to decide whether a tenant has committed a material and irreparable breach of their lease agreement. Usually this occurs when the tenant, another occupant, or a guest commits a criminal offense on the leased property. Unlike a criminal prosecution, which requires proof of guilt beyond […]