State v. Williams

In State v. Williams, the New Jersey Supreme Court affirmed the Appellate Division’s opinion that reversed a trial court’s order denying suppression of certain physical evidence. Police officers knocked on the front door of a boarding house, and the officers’ knocks caused the door to open, as it apparently was not always closed (this seems … Read more

Estate of Frank A. Campagna

One resident of a boarding house killed another resident of the boarding house. The estate of the decedent brought a wrongful death and survival action against the landlord based on two theories: (1) a violation of the Rooming and Boarding House Act of 1979, and (2) common law negligence. The thrust of both causes of … Read more