One at One: Remote Court Appearances During the Crisis
Posted May 15, 2020
Can the New Jersey Superior Court force a litigant to proceed via remote appearance?
In most cases, yes. Most New Jersey Court events may be conducted remotely, even over the objection of a party. Exceptions exist in certain criminal and family matters, as well as in matters relating to the adjudication of an individual’s incapacity, for which the parties must consent.
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