NJ 101.5 – Amnesty program after Lakewood fraud arrests — a ‘slap on the wrist’ or good policy?
Posted: Thursday, September 14, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
Robert Bianchi discussed with NJ 101.5 "Amnesty program after Lakewood fraud arrests — a ‘slap on the wrist’ or good policy?". Read the article here -> http://nj1015.com/amnesty-program-after-lakewood-fraud-arrests-a-slap-on-the-wrist-or-good-policy/ Read More »
NJ.com – “Women who have killed: 12 of NJ’s most notorious”
Posted: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
Robert Bianchi discussed with NJ.com some of NJ's most notorious women murders.
Read the article here -> http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2017/09/11_women_who_have_killed_in_nj.html Read More »
Can NJ school districts be held responsible for bullying-related suicides?
Posted: Sunday, August 06, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
Robert Bianchi appeared on NJ 101.5 FM to discuss if NJ school districts should be held responsible for bullying-related suicides.
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NJ 101.5 FM – Feds could be investigating NJ Democrat over ‘Hunt Republicans,’ ex-prosecutor says Read More: Feds could be investigating NJ Democrat over #HuntRepublicans
Posted: Wednesday, June 21, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
Robert Bianchi appeared on NJ 101.5 FM to discuss a tweet sent out after U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise and others were attacked by a gunman at a GOP baseball practice in Virginia.
Read More -> http://nj1015.com/feds-could-be-investigating-nj-democrat-over-huntrepublicans-comments-ex-prosecutor-s... Read More »
NJ.com – Can ex-cop’s no defense tactic in fatal crash trial work? Experts weigh in
Posted: Thursday, May 11, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
Robert (Bob) Bianchi was again asked to give his legal opinion on the case where a former Linden, NJ police officer is charged in New York of drunken driving resulting in death and serious injuries. Of particular interest, is the role that the defendant’s faith has played at this trial and ... Read More »
NJ.com – Judge to rule if Middlesex prosecutors can try pastor’s daughter’s murder case
Posted: Saturday, April 08, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
Robert (Bob) Bianchi, Esq provides his expert knowledge in NJ criminal law with NJ.com on an NJ murder case where an NJ defense attorney has filed a motion to recuse the Middlesex county prosecutor’s office from handling the prosecution of a man accused of murdering a pastor’s daughter. Bia... Read More »
NJ 101.5 FM – When students die at drunken frat parties, who’s held responsible?
Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
NJ criminal defense lawyer explains NJ murder and NJ manslaughter laws: Certified criminal trial attorney and former head NJ county prosecutor Robert (Bob) Bianchi, Esq. was again asked to discuss the law pertaining to a college student who died as a result of extreme intoxication at a fraternity... Read More »
NJ.com & NJ 101.5 FM – Slain Wife Had a Restraining Order
Posted: Monday, January 09, 2017 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
NJ.com & NJ 101.5 FM - Slain Wife Had a Restraining Order
Robert (Bob) Bianchi, Esq., was asked to discuss the sad case where a woman was killed in yet another domestic violence related crime. Bianchi, and his law partner David Bruno, Esq., are both NJ Supreme Court Certified Criminal Tria... Read More »
NJ.com – Ex-Sayreville football player sues school district, prosecutor
Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
A former Sayreville football player, who was one of seven student-athletes from the high school charged with the alleged 2014 hazing and sexual assault of four teammates inside the high school locker room, has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office and the... Read More »
NJ.com – Struck down law let ex-Rutgers student off the hook in Tyler Clementi case
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 | Author: The Bianchi Law Group
NEWARK — Legal experts agree the appellate court had no choice but to reverse the convictions of an ex-Rutgers student in the Tyler Clementi case and order a new trial after the state's highest court struck down part of the bias law used to convict him.
The portion of the law in question req... Read More »