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A Manalapan man who admitted to having sexual contact with a child and was convicted of sexual assault in a Superior Court trial will walk out of prison a free man — and cannot be retried — because of "fatal" mistakes in the proceedings, a New Jersey appellate court has ruled.
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The appellate court, which describes Conover in its ruling only by the initials "D.
C.," overturned the convictions because of what it said was a "lack of specificity of the verdict" — actually a series of omissions it said gave rise to "double jeopardy," the constitutional bar against retrying someone for the same crime after an acquittal."The court never told the jury what specific acts were connected with which charges in the indictment," the appellate judges wrote.
The former searches for all users, while the latter applies to people within Bluetooth and Wi-Fi range.It is important to know that these are not the only avenues to access the Internet.Q: I recently found my 10-year-old looking at a Web site that was obviously pornographic.Because of this lack of specificity — in the indictment, verdict sheet and instructions to the jury — "..was not clear for which incident the jury found defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, or if the jury agreed unanimously on which assault D. Samuel Marzarella, chief appellate attorney for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, said the prosecutor is exploring whether to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court."We have not arrived at a decision at this time," he said. C." was, in fact, Dennis Conover, saying he was prevented by law from doing so.