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Vol. 4, No. 167 — August 28, 1996 STATE COURT CASES CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 14-2-9930 State v. Lucio D. Liberatore, App. Div. (13 pp.) (Includes Law Division decision) Where defendant was placed under arrest for motor vehicle violations but then walked away into the porch of his house, the police officer made a reasonable warrantless arrest when he entered the porch to effect the arrest that he had already made. [Approved for publication Aug. 28, 1996]. 14-2-9931 State v. Eric Napoletano, App. Div. (31 pp.) Recordings of defendant’s telephone calls to cooperating witness were not violative of Miranda because he was not under arrest and officers merely watched him from a point 100 feet from the telephone booth. FEDERAL COURT CASES CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — IMMUNITY — DUE PROCESS 10-7-9932 Hon. Mac D. Hunter v. Supreme Court of New Jersey, et al., U.S. Dist. Ct. (54 pp.) 1. Under the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine, there is no jurisdiction in a U.S. District Court to review the adjudicatory action of a state supreme court in administering judicial discipline. 2. The Eleventh Amendment also bars jurisdiction of plaintiff judge’s claims against the New Jersey Supreme Court, its Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct, and individual Committee members. 3. The judicial discipline rules do not violate procedural due precess. [Filed Aug. 27, 1996] [For publication]. LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT — DISCRIMINATION 25-8-9933 Sharon Taxman v. Board of Education of the Township of Piscataway, Third Cir. (41 pp.) Title VII does not permit an employer with a racially balanced work force to grant a non-remedial racial preference in order to promote “racial diversity.” [Filed Aug 8, 1996] [en banc]. A Daily Reporter of New Jersey Court Decisions THIS WEEK IN THE Race-based use A survey of 14 of the largest firms in New Jersey shows that one-third of the 1996 class of first-year associates that starts work this fall was recruited from outside their firms’ summer programs. See page 29 of the Aug. 26 Law Journal.

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