Upcoming Atlantic County Superior Court hearings, trials

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Upcoming Atlantic County Superior Court hearings, trials

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Atlantic County Superior Court, Mays Landing On Monday, courts resumed some in-person court services with a small number of judges and staff working on-site, but the rest continue to work remotely. Judiciary officials in March issued orders barring in-person Superior Court proceedings with limited exceptions to mitigate the spread of the new coronavirus.

Officials have created a “virtual courtroom” on the state courts website for the pubic to view first appearances. It can be found at njcourts.gov .

El Joshua, 37, of Mays Landing, was set to go to trial in March after pleading not guilty to human trafficking charges. Prosecutors say Joshua held at least two women captive and forced them into prostitution and domestic servitude through violence, threats, coercion and by providing them with heroin. He is now scheduled for a case review Aug. 20.

Alvin Wyatt, 31, of Atlantic City, pleaded not guilty in February to murder, attempted murder and weapons offenses in the shooting that left 10-year-old Micah Tennant dead and two others injured at the Nov. 15 Pleasantville-Camden Central Jersey Group II semifinal football game. He is scheduled for a final disposition conference July 9.

Ibn Abdullah, 27, of Atlantic City, who was reportedly Wyatt’s intended target, was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun and certain persons not permitted to possess a handgun after police found a 9mm gun in his waistband the night of the shooting. He is scheduled for a post-indictment arraignment July 15.

Jessica R. Gaeckle, 30, of Galloway Township, pleaded […]

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