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VOL. 2, NO. 153 DECISIONS RELEASED AUGUST 25, 1994 GOVERNMENT – TORTS 21-3-3955 Kevan Manley v. YMCA of Plainfield, Law Div. (6 pp.) Welfare recipient who sustained injuries while working at YMCA under Plainfield’s workfare program was not a beneficiary of the YMCA’s charitable work, and hence the charitable immunity statute did not bar tort claim. [Approved for publication August 23, 1994.] CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 14-2-3956 State v. Brian Smith, App. Div. (9 pp.) Where defendant was convicted of purposeful or knowing murder, trial court erred in not charging the jury with the lesser-included offenses of aggravated manslaughter and reckless manslaughter, which charges were supported by the evidence. EDITOR’S NOTE: Please note that the Alert will not be published August 26, 1994, since no opinions are being released.

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