Einhorn Attorneys Author New Jersey Law Journal Article “Use of GPS Devices in Family Matters: Spies, Lies, TROs and Crimes”November 24, 2021 | by Matheu Nunn, Emily Deyring, Julianne Smith
As published by New Jersey Law Journal, November 18, 2021
By Matheu D. Nunn, Emily Deyring and Julianne C. Smith
Real-time tracking methods such as GPS were designed to make life simpler, but when it comes to family law issues, it can make situations more complicated to navigate, often leading to allegations of stalking or harassment.
Matheu D. Nunn, Emily Deyring and Julianne C. Smith, members of Einhorn Barbarito Frost & Botwinick PC’s Family Law Practice, authored an article in the New Jersey Law Journal that discusses the state laws and regulations regarding tracking devices and explains what clients need to know about legally and effectively obtaining information to support their case.
The article notes that while New Jersey courts will review each matter individually, “the difference between stalking/harassment and permissive investigations centers on what the client does with the information,” with courts leaning heavily on credibility and intent.