Wednesday Apr 16
'Melrose Place' actress ordered to turn over financial records
SOMERVILLE - Saying former "Melrose Place" actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer likely sought public defender representation "almost entirely out of spite," a Superior Court judge has ordered her to turn over financial records to determine if she qualifies for the taxpayer-funded counsel.
Melrose Place star Amy Locane-Bovenizer demanding a public defender...
She was sentenced to three years in state prison for killing an elderly woman in a 2010 drunk-driving crash.
The Wichita Eagle
Former 'Melrose' actress seeks public defender
Amy Locane-Bovenizer is serving a three-year prison sentence after she was convicted in 2012 of vehicular manslaughter and assault by auto.
The Jersey Journal
'Melrose Place' actress' public defender eligibility debated by attorneys
SOMERVILLE - Though former "Melrose Place" actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer did not step into the Somerville courtroom today, she was once again at the center of a legal dispute stemming from her role in a drunk driving crash that killed a Montgomery Township woman.
Volunteer jurors? NJ lawmaker wants to make it happen
Assemblyman Craig Coughlin recently introduced a bill that would let people volunteer to serve as jurors.