You are encouraged to reuse any material on this site. If youve visited a bill page on recently, you may have noticed a new study guide tab located just below the bill title. 320109) Repeals the $250 limit on fines for the unauthorized wearing, manufacturing, or selling of military medals or decorations. 31703) Sets forth provisions regarding: (1) application requirements; (2) allocation of funds and grant limitations; (3) grant award criteria; and (4) reporting requirements. The Act banned the sale of goods that were made by children under the age of 14, in interstate commerce. (Sec. This Court further finds that the healed fractures do not constitute, individually, a permanent bodily function that is lost. (Sec. 310002) Makes a conforming reduction in discretionary spending limits. Dr. Robert J. Democratic legislation would ban Donald Trump from entering Capitol Building again, Social Media Child Protection Act would ban children younger than 16 from platforms like TikTok, REAL House Act, Equal Voice Act would each increase number of House of Representatives members. Chapter 2: Family Unity Demonstration Project for Federal Prisoners - Authorizes the Attorney General: (1) with the funds available to carry out this subtitle for the benefit of Federal prisoners and acting through the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, to select eligible prisoners to live in community correctional facilities with their children; and (2) in implementing this title to enter into contracts with appropriate public or private agencies to provide housing, sustenance, services, and supervision of inmates eligible for placement in community correctional facilities. 31503) Sets priorities for selection of at-risk youth recreation grant recipients including programs targeted to youth who are at greatest risk of becoming involved in violence and crime and programs which show the greatest potential of being continued with non-Federal funds or which can serve as models for other communities. We cannot conclude, as the motion judge apparently did, that the scars, as depicted in the photographs, are so insubstantial that no rational fact-finder could determine that one or more of them impair plaintiff's appearance, rendering her unsightly, misshapen, or imperfect, Falcone, supra, 135 N.J.Super. (Sec. Sets forth provisions regarding: (1) the release of information; (2) immunity for good faith conduct; and (3) compliance by States with provisions of this title and ineligibility for a percentage of funds provided under the Omnibus Act for States not in compliance. The proposed revisions address the applicability and implementation of section 112(j) of the CAA and streamline the process for establishing case-by-case emission limits in the event of the complete vacatur of a section 112(d) rule (i.e., a MACT standard). The motion judge concluded that plaintiff had not demonstrated she sustained a permanent loss of a bodily function or a permanent disfigurement that is substantial under N.J.S.A. Because you are a member of panel, your positions on legislation and notes below will be shared with the panel administrators. Title XXV: Senior Citizens Against Marketing Scams - Senior Citizens Against Marketing Scams Act of 1994 - Amends the Federal criminal code to provide for enhanced penalties for telemarketing fraud that targets or victimizes persons over age 55. Directs the task force: (1) to work to promote the implementation of cost-saving efforts at the Federal, State, and local levels; (2) to advise on the results and effectiveness of adopted efforts; and (3) to certify the effectiveness of such efforts. 40304) Expresses the sense of the Senate that news media, law enforcement officers, and other persons should exercise restraint and respect a rape victim's privacy by not disclosing the victim's identity to the general public or facilitating such disclosure without the victim's consent. N.J.S.A. 150004) Amends the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 to direct the Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to develop and distribute to program participants specific model guidelines for the screening of prospective program mentors. U.S. EPA is also proposing to remove some existing 112(j) requirements that are obsolete. The wrap-up rap is an inherently ridiculous genre. Title XV: Criminal Street Gangs - Amends the Federal criminal code to provide for an increase of up to ten years' imprisonment for the commission of a specified offense (i.e., a Federal felony involving a controlled substance for which the maximum penalty is not less than five years, a Federal felony crime of violence that has as an element the use or attempted use of physical force against another, or a conspiracy to commit such felonies) by a person who: (1) participates in a criminal street gang with knowledge that its members engage in or have engaged in a continuing series of such offenses; (2) intends to promote or further the felonious activities of the criminal street gang or maintain or increase position in the gang; and (3) has been convicted within the past five years of specified Federal or State drug or violent offenses or conspiracies. (Sec. Defendants concede that once plaintiff demonstrates a prima facie case of either a permanent loss of a bodily function or a permanent disfigurement that is substantial, then the limitation on the recovery of pain-and-suffering damages under N.J.S.A. (Sec. Requires any such device manufactured after the date of this Act's enactment to be identified by a serial number that clearly shows that the device was manufactured or imported after the effective date of this Act. What is the MACT Hammer? See Pico v. State, 116 N.J. 55, 59, 560 A.2d 1193 (1989); see also Brooks, supra, 150 N.J. at 402, 696 A.2d 619 (discussing the legislative history and intent of N.J.S.A. 150003) Amends the Omnibus Act to include among permissible uses of drug control and system improvement grants law enforcement and prevention programs relating to gangs, or to youth who are involved or at risk of involvement in gangs. 200109) Sets forth provisions regarding: (1) swearing in, discipline, and layoffs; (2) State plan requirements; and (3) assistance to States and localities employing Police Corps officers. (Sec 120004) Directs the Sentencing Commission to amend its sentencing guidelines to provide an appropriate enhancement for any felony, whether committed within or outside the United States, that involves or is intended to promote international terrorism, unless such involvement or intent is itself an element of the crime. Calls on the President to convene a national summit on violence in America prior to convening the Commission. Authorizes appropriations. 4.Plaintiff contends that the fracture of her nasal bones caused her nose to swell and appear wider and that the swelling makes her right nostril look different from her left one. Brooks, supra, 150 N.J. at 406, 696 A.2d 619. To determine whether a scar constitutes disfigurement, we apply the definition used in Falcone v. Branker, 135 N.J.Super. (Sec. At, we pride ourselves on being the number one source of free legal information and resources on the web. Hammer, Deion Sanders. Following the 101 California Street shooting, the 1993 Waco Siege, and other high-profile instances of violent crime, the Act expanded federal law in several ways. Authorizes reimbursement of the victim for lost income and necessary child care, transportation, and other expenses related to participation in the investigation or prosecution of, or attendance at proceedings related to, the offense. Specifically, she says she has pain in her right shoulder, elbow and ankle. The tool and VDCS must be operated and maintained in accordance with manufacturers instructions to minimize dust emissions. 140005) Requires the court, whenever a juvenile has been found guilty of committing an act after his 13th birthday which, if committed by an adult, would be a felony crime of violence or one of specified drug-related offenses, to transmit to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Identification Division, information concerning the adjudications. (Sec. (Sec. Allows a prisoner serving such a sentence, at the discretion of the Bureau of Prisons, to receive such credit if the prisoner has displayed exemplary compliance with institutional disciplinary regulations. 280, 639 A.2d 1120 (App.Div.1994), we observed that to qualify as a disfigurement under the current no-fault verbal threshold statute, N.J.S.A. Among the proposals were tax cuts, a permanent line-item veto, measures to reduce crime and provide middle-class tax relief, and constitutional amendments requiring term limits and a balanced budget. This Court further finds that this case is, indeed, distinguishable from Collins[ v. Union County Jail, 150 N.J. 407, 696 A.2d 625 (1997)] and that the finding by Dr. Semel does not bespeak of a permanent bodily function. The underlying relevant facts are not in dispute. A tale which stems from an assertion by the filmmakers that, in the '30s, Stalin endorsed the idea of sex-change operations for the purpose of providing more soldiers for the motherland. (Sec. 30302) Sets forth provisions regarding: (1) uses of funds; (2) program requirements (including supplying a description of the distinctive factors that contribute to chronic violent crime within the area proposed to be served by the grant, a comprehensive, community-based plan to attack intensively such factors, and an evaluation plan and projected timetable); (3) application requirements; and (4) reporting requirements. Title VII: Mandatory Life Imprisonment for Persons Convicted of Certain Felonies - Requires that a person convicted in a court of the United States of a serious violent felony be sentenced to life imprisonment if: (1) the person has been convicted on separate prior occasions in a Federal or State court of two or more serious violent felonies, or of one or more serious violent felonies and one or more serious drug offenses; and (2) each serious violent felony or serious drug offense used as a basis for sentencing under such provision, other than the first, was committed after the defendant's conviction of the preceding serious violent felony or serious drug offense. Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division. In addition, plaintiff sustained fractures of both nasal bones, a non-displaced fracture at the top of her left fibula, and an avulsion fracture of her left olecranon bone (i.e., elbow) requiring removal of the displaced bone fragment. Following the surgeries, plaintiff was hospitalized for eight days and discharged on November 4, 1994.2. Please try again. 250004) Authorizes the Attorney General to make awards for furnishing information leading to the prosecution and conviction of telemarketing fraud offenders. 320927) Amends the Federal criminal code to exempt from the background check requirement (pursuant to the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act) the return of a handgun to the person from whom it was received. Sets forth provisions regarding: (1) concurrent and pendent jurisdiction; and (2) limitations on removal. Authorizes appropriations. Save Note. (Sec. (Sec. 150002) Provides for adult prosecution of serious juvenile offenders. Hackers/journalists/researchers: See these open data sources. Requires the court: (1) to promptly, upon the defendant's request, assign two counsel of whom at least one shall be learned in the law applicable to capital cases and who shall have free access to the accused at all reasonable hours; and (2) in assigning counsel, to consider the recommendation of the Federal Public Defender organization or, if no such organization exists in the district, the Administrative Office. The technical storage or access that is used exclusively for statistical purposes. (Sec. Plaintiff contends that the judge erred in granting defendants summary judgment on her claim for pain-and-suffering damages because she has suffered injuries that constitute permanent loss of bodily function as well as permanent disfigurement. Plaintiff maintains that her fractures, pain on the right side of her body, and post-traumatic stress disorder, individually or taken together, constitute a permanent loss of a bodily function. Additionally, she argues that the scars from her surgery and the swelling and disfiguration of her nose are permanent disfigurements. Plaintiff also asserts that looking at the totality of her injuries and the manner in which she was injured, the circumstances of her case are sufficiently aggravating to meet the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. (Sec. (Sec. denied, 101 N.J. 332, 501 A.2d 981 (1985), the failure of the judge to find facts and state conclusions of law pursuant to R. 1:7-4 constitutes a disservice to the litigants, the attorneys and the appellate court. Specifically, the photographs show a thin diagonal scar extending from her right lower lip to her chin and a vertical scar extending from the corner of her right eye to her nose. In assessing the severity of the disfigurement, the Falcone court listed a number of objective factors the court should consider, namely its appearance, coloration, existence and size. Falcone, supra, 135 N.J.Super.