2053 Woodbridge Avenue - Edison, NJ 08817

Thursday, November 08, 2018

E550 Recent cases 1. No forced entry into locked apartment. State v. Sencion, 454 N.J. Super. 25 (App. Div. 2018). 2. Ok to apply for expungement even if discharged from probation In re Expungement of the Criminal Records of E.C. 3. Next Community event: October 18, 2018 at 2pm Spotswood Library 4. Fun October Upcoming Running Races

E550
Recent cases
1. No forced entry into locked apartment. State v. Sencion, 454 N.J. Super. 25 (App. Div. 2018). 
2. Ok to apply for expungement even if discharged from probation In re Expungement of the Criminal Records of E.C.
3. Next Community event: October 18, 2018 at 2pm  Spotswood Library
4. Fun October Upcoming Running Races
 
Recent cases
1. No forced entry into locked apartment. State v. Sencion, 454 N.J. Super. 25 (App. Div. 2018). 
 
         The court reverses the denial of defendants' motion to suppress drugs and guns found after a plain view sighting through the open door of an apartment. The police used a tool to force entry into the locked apartment building twice before approaching the fourth-floor apartment door. The State, conceding a lack of probable cause, argued that the forced entry into the building did not violate defendants' expectation of privacy because of the size of the apartment building. The court refused to "condone the police forcing entry into a locked residential apartment building while on an investigative hunt for suspected criminal activity." 
 
2. Ok to apply for expungement even if discharged from probation.  In re Expungement of the Criminal Records of E.C., 454 N.J. Super. 48 (App. Div. 2018).
 
     An individual who has been discharged from probation, albeit with an imperfect record while on probation, and who has subsequently paid all outstanding fines, is not barred from applying for expungement. The trial court erred in holding that petitioner was barred for applying for expungement under N.J.S.A. 2C:52-2(a)(2), because she was discharged from probation "without improvement."
 
3. Next Community event
October 18, 2018 at 2pm  Spotswood Library
Wills, Estate Planning & Probate Seminar
 [Good for individuals who don't want to drive at night and plenty of free parking]
       WILLS & ESTATE ADMINISTRATION-PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND MAKE PLANNING EASY Free program open to the public, you do not need to be a Township resident to attend
    Spotswood Library
548 Main Street
Spotswood, NJ 08884
 (732) 251-1515
SPEAKER: Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. Edison, NJ 
(Author- Wills and Estate Administration by the ABA)
 
4. Fun October Upcoming Running Races & Charity events participated by Kenneth Vercammen
10/13  Shillelagh 5K, Bar A, Lake Como, New Jersey 9:30
10/13  Race Against Hunger 5k Roosevelt Park 9am
10/14 East Brunswick 5k & 10k   10am RVRR new start EB Community Arts Center 721 Cranbury Rd. in East Brunswick) well run event  post race we go to Lago or Lori's Lakeside on Farrington Lake, North Brunswick
     
   If you are attending any of these charity races, please call or email Ken V. at Kenv@njaws.com We often car pool from East Brunswick /Edison or meet at these events. I update this list at http://vercammensport.blogspot.com/.

Tuesday, October 02, 2018

E549 1. New Expungement Law takes effect October 1, 2018 to expunge criminal arrests and convictions 2 . No weekend jail for third offender DWIs, must serve straight jail time 3. Plain feel of bulge of rock cocaine permitted search

 E549
1. New Expungement Law takes effect October 1, 2018 to expunge criminal arrests and convictions

2 . No weekend jail for third offender DWIs, must serve straight jail time
3. Plain feel of bulge of rock cocaine permitted search

1. New Expungement Law takes effect October 1, 2018 to expunge criminal arrests and convictions
By Kenneth Vercammen 
     This law revises procedures for attorneys expunging criminal and other records and information, including the shortening of certain waiting periods before a person may seek an expungement and increasing the number of convictions, which may be expunged.

     For single indictable crimes [felony type] the waiting period has been reduced from ten years to six year
-  The person is eligible after Six years have passed with respect to all aspects of satisfying the most recent conviction (six years from the date of conviction, payment of fine, satisfactory completion of probation or parole, and release from incarceration)

       These laws take effect on October 1, 2018. Here are some highlights of the new law:
·      The waiting period before a criminal conviction can be expunged is lowered from ten years to six years. In some cases, that six-year wait can be lowered to five years, just as before. (The waiting period before disorderly persons convictions can be expunged remains unchanged);
 source https://www.njexpungements.com/newLaw.php
·      Previously, the number of disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons convictions that could be expunged was three. That number, assuming no independent criminal convictions, is increased to four. Convictions for multiple interdependent or closely-related-in-circumstances disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons offenses occurring within a short period of time can be treated as a single conviction;
·      Previously, criminal convictions could be expunged if there were not more than two additional disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons convictions. The new law raises that limit of additional disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons convictions (or any combination thereof) from two to three;
 
·      Previously, no conviction could be expunged if the applicant has had one or more criminal charges dismissed as a result of successful completion of a diversion. The new law eliminates that bar;
 
·      When juvenile adjudications can be expunged, the waiting time is lowered from five years to three years.
Previously the limit on the number of criminal episodes that could be expunged was one. That limit remains one, but is relaxed in some situations. Here are the situations:
·      All criminal convictions for which expungements are sought are listed in a single judgment of conviction;
·      All of the convictions related to crimes that were “interdependent” or closely related in circumstances and were committed as part of a sequence of events that took place within a comparatively short period of time.

     The official designation of the new law is P.L.2017, chapter 244. Chapter 244 changes eight separate statutes.

There is a different 5 year waiting early pathway expungement [You almost must prove you have been an eagle scout] The difficult early pathway to expunge a single indictable crime stays at five years, and remains expensive and many prosecutor offices require the petitioner to pay for a typed court transcript of guilty plea and sentencing. The early pathway expungement permits the court to grant expungement after five years, if the court finds that expungement would be "in the public interest." N.J.S.A. 2C: 52-2(a)(2) 

2.No weekend jail for third offender DWIs, must serve straight jail time State v. Anicama
Defendant was convicted of a third or subsequent offense of driving while intoxicated (DWI). The Municipal Court allowed him to serve the mandatory 180-day sentence under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50(a)(3) two days per week. The Law Division reversed.
The Appellate Division holds a third or subsequent DWI offender is ineligible for periodic service. Michael's Law amended the DWI statutes to require the 180-day sentence be spent in jail, excepting only up to ninety days spent in inpatient drug or alcohol rehabilitation, and to preclude other options. The amendment to N.J.S.A. 39:4-51 was intended only to bar work release for such offenders, not to lift the prohibition on their release before the jail term had been served. The specific law governing DWI sentences governs over the general provision for periodic service in N.J.S.A. 2B:12-22. The court disapproves State v. Grabowski, 388 N.J. Super. 431 (Law Div. 2006), which permitted such periodic service.   (A-0452-16T4)

3 Plain feel of bulge of rock cocaine permitted search
State v Evans
The panel erred in its application of the “plain feel” doctrine. Officer Laboy had witnessed “hundreds” of instances where defendants concealed contraband in the front of their pants and therefore immediately recognized the “rocklike” substance he felt to be similar to crack cocaine. Between the officer’s experience-derived identification of the substance and the presence of $2000 in cash, the “plain feel” exception -- which the Court adopts -- applied.  (A-85/86-16;

4. Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar
October 1, 2018 5:30PM-9:05PM
NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ
     New topics:
-New Alcotest breath machine Alcotest 9510 50 adopted for us by NJ Attorney General N.J.R. 1818(c)- 
    -Prosecutors given discretion in pot cash Attorney General Memo on Guidance Regarding Municipal Prosecutors' Discretion in Prosecuting Marijuana and Other Criminal Offenses 
Gurbir S. Grewal, Attorney General 
-State v Cassidy pending before Supreme Court on State Police not complying with DWI Alcotest requirements of State v Chun

     Speakers: 
Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq., Past Municipal Court Attorney of the Year
Norma M. Murgado, Esq. Chief Prosecutor (Elizabeth), Chief Prosecutor (Woodbridge)
Lorraine Nielsen, Esq. Municipal Court Prosecutor, Milltown
John Menzel, Esq., Past Chair, NJSBA Municipal Court Practice Section
William Brigiani, Esq. Past Middlesex Bar President
     This informative seminar on Municipal Court practice and procedure will familiarize you with recent new developments affecting cases that are heard in municipal court.  
NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
NJICLE, A Division of the NJSBA NJ State Bar
One Constitution Square, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Phone: (732) 214-8500  CustomerService@njsba.com

5. HELP WANTED - Clerk for Law Office - envelope stuffing, misc. clerk duties
Monday-Friday   October 10-December 20
start 8:55am 1:30
$10.00 per hour
        OTHER DUTIES
-Adding client names to computer database, prepare letters, and work on client traffic ticket matters.
-Telephone Answering
- Preparation of documents on Computer and mail to courts
-General Office duties in Law Office
-Update mailing/ client lists and learn marketing
-All other work needed including working on litigation cases
 Must be dependable and committed to perfection. 
     A good way to learn NJ Law Office procedures
Call Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen & Associates 
at 732-572-0500
Check out our website at www.njlaws.com to see more information on our law office.

6. Edison Library
New NJ Estate Tax Law, Wills, & Estate Seminar 
October 2, 2018 at 7pm  Free community program
  Edison Library Main Branch 340 Plainfield Ave. Edison, NJ 08817  

WILLS & ESTATE ADMINISTRATION- PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND MAKE PLANNING EASY
SPEAKER: Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. Edison, NJ
                 Author- Wills & Estate Administration ABA
     The January 1, 2018 New Estate Tax law changes administration of estates and trusts in New Jersey. 
Main Topics:
 1. NJ Estate Tax eliminated for 2018 & NJ Veterans Tax exemption of up to $3,000
2. The 2018 changes in Federal Estate and Gift Tax  
3. The new Digital Fiduciary Act & New law permits Executor to resign if all parties consent
4. Power of Attorneys
5.  Living Will              
6.  Administering the Estate/ Probate/Surrogate
7. Avoiding unnecessary expenses
      You do not need to be an Edison resident to attend.
       COMPLIMENTARY MATERIAL: Brochures on Wills, Probate and Administration of an Estate, Power of Attorney, Living Wills, Real Estate Sales for Seniors, and Trusts.  
For info call 732-287-2298 x 228
To register go to http://www.edisonpubliclibrary.net/index-ek.shtml
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/events/247992682678647  Office space for rent   
700 Sq. Ft. of Professional Space for rent with off street parking.  This building was just remodeled with a new floor, freshly painted walls, new upgraded heat & air conditioning as well as recess lighting and a new bathroom as well.  Your clients will be impressed with your new space! $2000 per month.  

7. Fun Upcoming Running Races & Charity events participated by Kenneth Vercammen
10/7, The Valerie Fund 5K Run Long Branch, New Jersey 10am Wakefern Shoprite co-sponsor
10/13, Shillelagh 5K, Bar A, Lake Como, New Jersey 9:30
10/13 Hash At The Jersey Shore! Saturday 10:17 Hash Run at the Oak Tree Lodge - Wall, N.J   5.2 miles from Bar A
10/13 Race Against Hunger 5k Roosevelt Park 9am
10/14 East Brunswick 5k & 10k   10am RVRR new start EB Community Arts Center 721 Cranbury Rd. in East Brunswick) well run event     post race we go to Lago or Lori's Lakeside on Farrington Lake, North Brunswick

     If you are attending any of these charity races, please call or email Ken V. at Kenv@njaws.comOften we car pool from East Brunswick /Edison or meet at these events. I update this list at http://vercammensport.blogspot.com/

Sunday, September 09, 2018

E548 In This Issue: 1 Estate Planning Refresh: When and How Clients Should Update Their Estate Plans 2 September 19 Remove & Expungement of NJ Criminal Arrests and Convictions- Free Seminar September 19 from 5:00pm-5:45 Final reminder 3 HELP WANTED - Clerk for Law Office - envelope stuffing, misc. clerk duties 4 Office space for rent 5 Fun Upcoming Running Races & Charity events participated by Kenneth Vercammen. 6 Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar. Congratulations to my parents Al & Carol Vercammen on their 60th wedding anniversary on September 6th. 1. Estate Planning Refresh: When and How Clients Should Update Their Estate Plans Estate plans, when crafted thoughtfully and comprehensively, are important tools in helping clients realize their financial and personal goals. Personalized planning may include leaving a charitable legacy, transferring property to an intended beneficiary, taking care of disabled and/or underage loved ones, honoring end of life wishes, or minimizing the tax burden on one's estate. However, estate plans are only effective when they accurately reflect your clients' circumstances, as well as current state and federal tax law. Neglected estate plans not only jeopardize your clients' estate planning wishes, but may also negatively impact their loved ones, not to mention themselves. The unintended consequences of an outdated estate plan can be dire, resulting in issues such as: * adverse income and/or estate tax consequences; * disqualify a special needs beneficiary from receiving benefits; increased fees and costs associated with settling an estate, leaving less for your clients' spouse and heirs; * forcing clients' loved ones into long, drawn out probate battles; and * disinheriting desired beneficiaries or including unintended beneficiaries. To protect your clients from these possible scenarios and mitigate negative consequences, it is important to reach out to them to update their estate plans. Not only is this good for clients, it's good for attorneys; by providing an opportunity to increase your practice's revenue through repeat client engagement. Source: https://www.wealthcounsel.com/images/downloads/Estate-Planning-Refresh-3.pdf?submissionGuid=f4b1a76d-3db7-4afd-b4f9-e49f39564faa It's time for an update A clients' circumstance can change frequently. Whether they've added (or lost) a member of their family, bought a new home, started a business, or maybe they're children are now adults-it's probably time to update their estate plan. Here are a few different scenarios that warrant an update to an existing estate plan: Change in marriage status. Clients with a change in marital status usually need to change beneficiaries, successor trustees, health care or other agents, or haven't funded their trust. Estate Planning Refresh: When and How Your Clients Should Update Their Estate Plans * Have lost a spouse, parent, child, or other family member. These clients may need to update their trust, other estate planning documents, and beneficiary designations to name new beneficiaries, successor trustees, health care and other agents. * Have children who are no longer minors. Clients with grown children may want to name them as successor trustees, healthcare or financial agents in lieu of parents, siblings, or friends. * Have new grandchildren. Clients that have become grandparents may want to amend their trust to add either a specific bequests or an education trust for grandchildren, or set up and fund a gifting trust, UTMA/UGMA account, or 529 plan. * Moved to a new state. Clients who have recently moved may need to update their Will, trust and other estate planning documents to comply with the laws of their new state or simply retitle their new residence into the name of their trust. * Purchased a second home. New homeowners may need to amend their trust or add a Qualified Personal Residence Trust to address what happens to the second home after death, or they may need to simply retitle their new residence into the name of their trust. * Sold or acquired a business. These clients may need to update their trust or add advanced planning to address additional liquidity or a note due from the new owners. * Have recently acquired wealth, or have wealth and recently became of legal age. Young adults and individuals with newly-acquired wealth may not have an estate plan at all or need to beef up a simple, stop gap estate plan. Source: https://www.wealthcounsel.com/images/downloads/Estate-Planning-Refresh-3.pdf?submissionGuid=f4b1a76d-3db7-4afd-b4f9-e49f39564faa 2. September 19 Remove & Expungement of NJ Criminal Arrests and Convictions- Free Seminar September 19 from 5:00pm-5:45 Final reminder. Location: Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen, 2053 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08817 New Expungement Law takes effect October 1, 2018 COST: Free if you pre-register.Complimentary materials provided. This program is limited to 15 people. Please bring a canned food donation, which will be given to the St. Matthews Food Bank. Please email us if you plan on attending or if you would like us to email the materials. Attorneys- If space exists you can attend if you want to learn more about expungements. SPEAKER: Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. 3. HELP WANTED - Clerk for Law Office - envelope stuffing, misc. clerk duties Monday-Friday start 8:55am 1:30 $10.00 per hour OTHER DUTIES -Adding client names to computer database, prepare letters, and work on client traffic ticket matters. -Telephone Answering - Preparation of documents on Computer and mail to courts -General Office duties in Law Office -Update mailing/ client lists and learn marketing -All other work needed including working on litigation cases Must be dependable and committed to perfection. A good way to learn NJ Law Office procedures Call Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen & Associates at 732-572-0500 Check out our website at www.njlaws.com to see more information on our law office. 4. Office space for rent 700 Sq. Ft. of Professional Space for rent with off street parking. This building was just remodeled with a new floor, freshly painted walls, new upgraded heat & air conditioning as well as recess lighting and a new bathroom as well. Your clients will be impressed with your new space! $2000 per month. 5. Fun Upcoming Running Races & Charity events participated by Kenneth Vercammen 9/8 Fallen Heroes Memorial Run Bar Anticipation, Lake Como 5k 9:30 Co-Sponsor Wakefern Shoprite compuscore.com 9/9 Hightstown Triathlon starting at 7AM 9/11 every year 911 Memorial run Belmar boardwalk to Spring Lake 6pm [not a race] jsrc.org 9/15 Ocean Grove Run for Arts 5k 9am Co-Sponsor Wakefern Shoprite Sun 9/16, One More Tri; A Triathlon to Benefit Special Olympics NJ Asbury Park 9/22 KeyportFest 5K Fireman's Park Saturday 8:30 am 10/7, The Valerie Fund 5K Run Long Branch, New Jersey 10am Wakefern Shoprite co-sponsor 10/13, Shillelagh 5K, Bar A, Lake Como, New Jersey 9:30 10/13 Hash At The Jersey Shore! Saturday 10:17 Hash Run at the Oak Tree Lodge - Wall, N.J 5.2 miles from Bar A https://sites.google.com/site/therathash/home 10/13 Race Against Hunger 5k Roosevelt Park 9am 10/14 East Brunswick 5k & 10k 10am RVRR new start EB Community Arts Center 721 Cranbury Rd. in East Brunswick) well run event www.ebrr.org post race we go to Lori's Lakeside on Farrington Lake, North Brunswick If you are attending any of these charity races, please call or email Ken V. at Kenv@njaws.com Often we car pool from East Brunswick /Edison or meet at these events. I update this list at http://vercammensport.blogspot.com/ 6. Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar October 1, 2018 5:30PM-9:05PM NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ New topics: New Alcotest breath machine Alcotest 9510 50 adopted for us by NJ Attorney General N.J.R. 1818(c) Prosecutors given discretion in pot cash Attorney General Memo on Guidance Regarding Municipal Prosecutors' Discretion in Prosecuting Marijuana and Other Criminal Offenses Gurbir S. Grewal, Attorney General State v Cassidy pending before Supreme Court on State Police not complying with State v Chun Speakers: Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq., Past Municipal Court Attorney of the Year Norma M. Murgado, Esq. Chief Prosecutor (Elizabeth), Chief Prosecutor (Woodbridge) Lorraine Nielsen, Esq. Municipal Court Prosecutor, Milltown John Menzel, Esq., Past Chair, NJSBA Municipal Court Practice Section William Brigiani, Esq. Past Middlesex Bar President This informative seminar on Municipal Court practice and procedure will familiarize you with recent new developments affecting cases that are heard in municipal court. An authoritative panel of experienced attorneys will be joined by well-respected Municipal Prosecutors to explore a wide variety of matters that you are likely to encounter. They will also bring you up to date on recent developments you need to understand in order to effectively represent your clients. NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION NJICLE, A Division of the NJSBA NJ State Bar One Constitution Square, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Phone: (732) 214-8500 CustomerService@njsba.com

E548 news
In This Issue:
1 Estate Planning Refresh: When and How Clients Should Update Their Estate Plans
2 September 19 Remove & Expungement of NJ Criminal Arrests and Convictions- Free Seminar September 19 from 5:00pm-5:45 Final reminder
3 HELP WANTED - Clerk for Law Office - envelope stuffing, misc. clerk duties 
4 Office space for rent   
5 Fun Upcoming Running Races & Charity events participated by Kenneth Vercammen.      
6 Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar.                                            
 Congratulations to my parents Al & Carol Vercammen on their 60th wedding anniversary on September 6th.
 

1. Estate Planning Refresh: When and How Clients Should Update Their Estate Plans
         Estate plans, when crafted thoughtfully and comprehensively, are important tools in helping clients realize their financial and personal goals. Personalized planning may include leaving a charitable legacy, transferring property to an intended beneficiary, taking care of disabled and/or underage loved ones, honoring end of life wishes, or minimizing the tax burden on one's estate.
         However, estate plans are only effective when they accurately reflect your clients' circumstances, as well as current state and federal tax law. Neglected estate plans not only jeopardize your clients' estate planning wishes, but may also negatively impact their loved ones, not to mention themselves. The unintended consequences of an outdated estate plan can be dire, resulting in issues such as:

* adverse income and/or estate tax consequences;
* disqualify a special needs beneficiary from receiving benefits;
increased fees and costs associated with settling an estate, leaving less for your clients' spouse and heirs;
* forcing clients' loved ones into long, drawn out probate battles; and
* disinheriting desired beneficiaries or including unintended beneficiaries.
    To protect your clients from these possible scenarios and mitigate negative consequences, it is important to reach out to them to update their estate plans. Not only is this good for clients, it's good for attorneys; by providing an opportunity to increase your practice's revenue through repeat client engagement.

It's time for an update
         A clients' circumstance can change frequently. Whether they've added (or lost) a member of their family, bought a new home, started a business, or maybe they're children are now adults-it's probably time to update their estate plan. Here are a few different scenarios that warrant an update to an existing estate plan: Change in marriage status. Clients with a change in marital status usually need to change beneficiaries, successor trustees, health care or other agents, or haven't funded their trust.
Estate Planning Refresh: When and How Your Clients Should Update Their Estate Plans

* Have lost a spouse, parent, child, or other family member. These clients may need to update their trust, other estate planning documents, and beneficiary designations to name new beneficiaries, successor trustees, health care and other agents.

* Have children who are no longer minors. Clients with grown children may want to name them as successor trustees, healthcare or financial agents in lieu of parents, siblings, or friends.

* Have new grandchildren. Clients that have become grandparents may want to amend their trust to add either a specific bequests or an education trust for grandchildren, or set up and fund a gifting trust, UTMA/UGMA account, or 529 plan.

* Moved to a new state. Clients who have recently moved may need to update their Will, trust and other estate planning documents to comply with the laws of their new state or simply retitle their new residence into the name of their trust.

* Purchased a second home. New homeowners may need to amend their trust or add a Qualified Personal Residence Trust to address what happens to the second home after death, or they may need to simply retitle their new residence into the name of their trust.

* Sold or acquired a business. These clients may need to update their trust or add advanced planning to address additional liquidity or a note due from the new owners.

* Have recently acquired wealth, or have wealth and recently became of legal age. Young adults and individuals with newly-acquired wealth may not have an estate plan at all or need to beef up a simple, stop gap estate plan.

2. September 19 Remove & Expungement of NJ Criminal Arrests and Convictions- Free Seminar September 19 from 5:00pm-5:45 Final reminder.
   Location: Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen, 
                   2053 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08817
          New Expungement Law takes effect October 1, 2018

      COST: Free if you pre-register.Complimentary materials provided. This program is limited to 15 people. Please bring a canned food donation, which will be given to the St. Matthews Food Bank. Please email us if you plan on attending or if you would like us to email the materials. Attorneys- If space exists you can attend if you want to learn more about expungements.
SPEAKER: Kenneth Vercammen, Esq.

3. HELP WANTED - Clerk for Law Office - envelope stuffing, misc. clerk duties
Monday-Friday
start 8:55am 1:30
$10.00 per hour
        OTHER DUTIES
-Adding client names to computer database, prepare letters, and work on client traffic ticket matters.
-Telephone Answering
- Preparation of documents on Computer and mail to courts
-General Office duties in Law Office
-Update mailing/ client lists and learn marketing
-All other work needed including working on litigation cases
 Must be dependable and committed to perfection. 
     A good way to learn NJ Law Office procedures
Call Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen & Associates 
at 732-572-0500
Check out our website at www.njlaws.com to see more information on our law office.

4. Office space for rent   
700 Sq. Ft. of Professional Space for rent with off street parking.  This building was just remodeled with a new floor, freshly painted walls, new upgraded heat & air conditioning as well as recess lighting and a new bathroom as well.  Your clients will be impressed with your new space! $2000 per month.  
 

5. Fun Upcoming Running Races & Charity events participated by Kenneth Vercammen

9/8 Fallen Heroes Memorial Run Bar Anticipation, Lake Como 5k 9:30 Co-Sponsor Wakefern Shoprite compuscore.com
9/9 Hightstown Triathlon starting at 7AM                                          
9/11 every year   911 Memorial run Belmar boardwalk to Spring Lake 6pm [not a race] jsrc.org
9/15 Ocean Grove Run for Arts 5k 9am Co-Sponsor Wakefern Shoprite
Sun 9/16, One More Tri; A Triathlon to Benefit Special Olympics NJ Asbury Park
9/22 KeyportFest 5K Fireman's Park Saturday 8:30 am                             
10/7, The Valerie Fund 5K Run Long Branch, New Jersey 10am Wakefern Shoprite co-sponsor
10/13, Shillelagh 5K, Bar A, Lake Como, New Jersey 9:30
10/13 Hash At The Jersey Shore! Saturday 10:17 Hash Run at the Oak Tree Lodge - Wall, N.J   5.2 miles from Bar A
10/13 Race Against Hunger 5k Roosevelt Park 9am
10/14 East Brunswick 5k & 10k   10am RVRR new start EB Community Arts Center 721 Cranbury Rd. in East Brunswick) well run event     www.ebrr.org post race we go to Lori's Lakeside on Farrington Lake, North Brunswick
     If you are attending any of these charity races, please call or email Ken V. at Kenv@njaws.com Often we car pool from East Brunswick /Edison or meet at these events. I update this list at http://vercammensport.blogspot.com/

6. Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar
October 1, 2018 5:30PM-9:05PM
NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ
     New topics:
New Alcotest breath machine Alcotest 9510 50 adopted for us by NJ Attorney General N.J.R. 1818(c)

Prosecutors given discretion in pot cash Attorney General Memo on Guidance Regarding Municipal Prosecutors' Discretion in Prosecuting Marijuana and Other Criminal Offenses 
Gurbir S. Grewal, Attorney General 

State v Cassidy pending before Supreme Court on State Police not complying with State v Chun

     Speakers: 
Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq., Past Municipal Court Attorney of the Year
Norma M. Murgado, Esq. Chief Prosecutor (Elizabeth), Chief Prosecutor (Woodbridge)
Lorraine Nielsen, Esq. Municipal Court Prosecutor, Milltown
John Menzel, Esq., Past Chair, NJSBA Municipal Court Practice Section
William Brigiani, Esq. Past Middlesex Bar President
     This informative seminar on Municipal Court practice and procedure will familiarize you with recent new developments affecting cases that are heard in municipal court. An authoritative panel of experienced attorneys  will be joined by well-respected Municipal Prosecutors to explore a wide variety of matters that you are likely to encounter. They will also bring you up to date on recent developments you need to understand in order to effectively represent your clients.
NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
NJICLE, A Division of the NJSBA NJ State Bar
One Constitution Square, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Phone: (732) 214-8500  CustomerService@njsba.com