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  • Description

    To the uninitiated, the Municipal Court system can be quite foreign to even the most seasoned attorneys. Learn everything you need to know to navigate the Municipal Courts in NJ in this detailed CLE course. The course will introduce New Jersey Court Rule Section 7 and review charges cognizable in Municipal Court.

    The course will also review:

    • Filing Complaints
    • Procedural Issues
    • Failure to Appear
    • Guilty Pleas
    • Filing Motions
    • Pretrial Motions
    • Trial Procedures
    • Plea Bargaining
    • Diversionary Programs, Conditional Discharge and Pre-Trial Intervention
    • Sentencing
    • Appeals
  • Instructor Bio

    James O’Donohue

    James G. O’Donohue is a partner in the Princeton, N.J. office of Hill Wallack LLP. He is a member of the firm’s Litigation Division, Insurance Coverage, Trial & Insurance Defense and Regulatory & Government Affairs Practice Groups. He concentrates his practice in general litigation, government affairs and insurance defense. He has substantial litigation experience in both the state and federal courts. He is also partner-in-charge of the firm’s Family Law Practice Group. Representative Matters •Serves as general counsel and advises various governmental entities on the state, county and local level •General Counsel to the New Jersey Association of Counties and the Borough of Bound Brook •General Counsel to the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority •Previously served as a criminal prosecutor and a special prosecutor •Served as a Police Benevolent Association Attorney •Represented individuals and entities before the State Commission of Investigation and the Office of Inspector General Mr. O’Donohue is admitted to practice in New Jersey (1984) and before the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey (1984) and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (1991). Before joining Hill Wallack LLP, Mr. O’Donohue practiced in Westfield, New Jersey concentrating in medical malpractice, insurance defense and general litigation. Mr. O’Donohue served as law clerk to Judge William T. Walsh of the Massachusetts District Court, Appellate Division. He also served as law clerk to Judge Michael R. Imbriani of the Superior Court of the State of New Jersey. He earned his law degree from Western New England School of Law, cum laude and is a graduate of Upsala College, magna cum laude.