New Trial Granted in Criminal Appeal

New Jersey’s Appellate Division agreed with Hegge & Confusione that the State’s disclosure in opening statement that a co-defendant “had confessed to his grandmother, who never testified” at trial “was too prejudicial to both defendants to be remedied by the court's cautionary instruction” and required a new trial.

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New Jersey attorney Michael Confusione co-founded Hegge & Confusione in 1999 and heads the firm's appellate practice. He has over 20 years of experience in appellate law and has handled hundreds of civil and criminal appeals.

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