Month: July 2019

THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT IN PRETRIAL DETENTION

Bail reform is a hot topic and the public safety assessment (PSA) is a pretrial risk assessment that was introduced through the Criminal Justice Reform Act.   In an article published by New Jersey Lawyer magazine, attorneys Brandon Minde and Elizabeth Farrell explore how effective representation for your client now requires an understanding of the PSA and its role in the detention analysis.

This article was originally published in the June 2019 issue of New Jersey Lawyer, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and is reprinted here with permission.

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DHD Defense Victory – Craig Domalewski and Herb Kruttschnitt secure dismissal of fraud case against nursing home

Partners Craig Domalewski and Herb Kruttschnitt successfully obtained a dismissal with prejudice of a lawsuit filed against a nursing home by a former resident alleging negligence and fraud arising from an alleged improper referral to a home health care company. The firm thoroughly investigated the plaintiff’s allegations and, after establishing a factual record which refuted liability, vigorously defended the case and obtained a dismissal with prejudice for our client.

For forty years, Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C. has provided high-quality legal services to hospitals, nursing homes, physicians and other healthcare providers in a wide array of litigation, transactions, and regulatory matters.