Michael R. Ascher, Esq Published in New Jersey Family Lawyer Magazine

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Michael R. Ascher, Esq. recently published an article in New Jersey Family Lawyer Magazine, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

Mr. Ascher is a Principal in the firm and is engaged in a litigation practice handling both criminal and complex civil matters. He is a former Deputy Attorney General in the Department of Justice and a former Assistant Passaic County Prosecutor.  His practice includes all categories of criminal cases including drunk driving defense, sex offenses, drug and white collar crimes, computer crime, conspiracy, fraud & theft cases and matters involving the Division of Permanency and Placement (DCPP formerly known as DYFS).

The article, entitled The Impact of Changes IN DCPP Investigatory Findings was a jointly written article with Dina M. Mikulka, Esq.

The article appears here courtesy of New Jersey Family Lawyer, Vol. 34, No.6 – August 2014, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

(Click on page below to read the entire article.)