CRIMINAL LAW

State v. Sterling

New Jersey Law Journal

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The trial court erred in permitting joinder of several offenses involving defendant in one trial because they were not signature crimes and in admitting other-crimes evidence in the second trial, but the harmless-error rule saves two of the convictions.

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