WESTLAW 2 - L igia Halvorsen 1 March 25, 2011 Technology in...

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Ligia Halvorsen 1 March 25, 2011 Technology in the law office Professor Greig Kozan 1.) Fielder vs. Jenkins , 274 N.J.Super. 485, 644 A.2d 666 The Superior Court, Appellate Division, reversed and remanded, 263  N.J.Super. 231, 622 A.2d 906 . It was remand, the Superior Court denied defendants' motion for summary judgment, and they applied for leave to appeal. The Superior Court, Appellate Division, Pressler , P.J.A.D., held that statute providing for public employee immunity for injuries caused by escaped or escaping person and statute providing immunity to public employee acting in good faith in execution or enforcement of any law do not apply when it is pursuing police officer rather than pursued violator whose vehicle is involved in accident. Affirmed and remanded. Nexislexis PROCEDURAL POSTURE: Appellants, police officer, police department and township, challenged the decision from the Superior Court of New Jersey, which denied its motion for summary judgment in respondent injured drivers action for personal injuries. Appellants
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course EBS 031 taught by Professor Hummel during the Spring '08 term at Bergen Community College.

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WESTLAW 2 - L igia Halvorsen 1 March 25, 2011 Technology in...

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