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Police Testimony at a New Jersey Child Custody Trial in a NJ Divorce

Nov 15, 2016 @ 09:00 AM — by Michael Green

Police Testimony at a New Jersey Child Custody Trial in a New Jersey Divorce

In some trials involving child custody or domestic violence situtaions or other matters in a New Jersey divorce, there may be as a witness a police officer.  That police officer will be subpoened and give testimony.  Generally, they will have previously submitted a report regarding what they witnessed regarding the case and that report will contain the information also told to them by the parties involved.  Prior to the police officer giving that testimony in a New Jersey Family Court your attorney may discuss with them what they are going to say as to the New Jersey child custody or New Jersey divorce matter.  If you have a case where you believe a police officer may have to testify at your New Jersey child custody trial, call us at Green & Associates, 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our Fort Lee divorce or East Brunswick divorce offices for a free consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney.  Nights and weekend appointments are available.

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