Andrew also advises municipalities as to various matters including Open Public Records Act requests and disputes, administrative issues, and potential Ordinance amendments. Andrew has appeared on behalf of municipalities for County Tax Appeals as well as for general litigation matters.
Andrew is a graduate of Rutgers Camden School of Law where he received his J.D. in 2012, where he was the recipient of a Pro Bono Publico Award for his work with the Law School’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University and graduated from the Rutgers College Honors Program summa cum laude.
- New Jersey
- Monmouth Bar Association
- January 20, 2016 – Associate Andrew Ball gave a presentation at the Monmouth Bar Association’s Municipal Court Seminar. His discussion covered State v. Witt and the status of motor vehicle searches.
Hoping to obtain a copy of dash camera video from a police department or other public agency? Depending on what that video contains, it may have just become much more difficult to do so. The New Jersey Supreme Court Ruling On August 13, 2018, the New Jersey Supreme Court in Paff v. Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office...Read more
NJ Supreme Court Addresses Application of Open Public Records Act to Electronically Stored Information
Decision Allows for Easier Access to Data Earlier this week, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued a decision which will require public agencies, including municipalities, throughout New Jersey to respond to requests for, and potentially to compile lists or reports containing, electronic information stored by the public agency. On June 20, 2017, the New Jersey Supreme...Read more
Did you know all fifty states currently require drivers suspected of driving while intoxicated to submit to blood-alcohol content testing, and penalize for a refusal to do so? In its recent opinion dated June 23, 2016, the United States Supreme Court in Birchfield v. North Dakota addressed the issue of whether warrantless blood and breath testing...Read more
New Jersey just passed a new law that will make it easier for certain people with criminal records to “expunge” their criminal histories. An expungement essentially wipes an arrest, conviction, and any related proceedings from an individual’s record: from a legal perspective, an expungement treats those events as if they had never occurred - subject to...Read more