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VOL. 2, NO. 154 DECISIONS RELEASED AUGUST 31, 1994 CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 14-2-3957 State v. Karen J. Cruse, App. Div. (4 pp.) Where defendant defaulted on her student loan, trial court erred in denying state’s motion for a consent judgment under First Nat’l State Bank v. Gray, 232 N.J. Super. 368 (Law Div. 1989), which requires that the defendant must file an appearance or acknowledge service, since the judgment (1) included a consent “as to form and entry” signed by the defendant, (2) and complied with R. 4:42-1(b). [Approved for publication Aug. 30, 1994.] 14-3-3958 State v. David Morse, Law Div. (7 pp.) Municipal court judge erred in convicting defendant of defiant trespass for entering Trump Casino after he was permanently excluded, since a casino is a public place and defendant acted lawfully. [Approved for publication Aug. 30, 1994.] 14-4-3959 State in the Interest of D.R., Ch. Div. (12 pp.) Where defendant juvenile, while serving a custodial disposition, commits another separate offense, chancery court held that a court can impose an additional consecutive custodial disposition. [Approved for publication Aug. 30, 1994.] EDITOR’S NOTE: Please note that the Alert was not published for the period of Aug. 26, 1994, to Aug. 31, 1994, since no opinions were released.

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