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brenda

The judgement was ludacris.
many women have been awarded their mahr, dowry, etc under nj contract law! there is no comment made from the wife's attorney to argue these allegations made by them , men always find a way outta paying alimony, dowry, etc...and just another way america shows its "boys club" mentality!

brenda

The judgement was ludacris.
many women have been awarded their mahr, dowry, etc under nj contract law! there is no comment made from the wife's attorney to argue these allegations made by them , men always find a way outta paying alimony, dowry, etc...and just another way america shows its "boys club" mentality!

BurlingtonCo

I don't believe judges in our state (or federal or county) courts should have to be "sensitive" to the religious traditions of their litigants. That would quite quickly lead to different sets of laws for those of different religious beliefs. The very antithesis of American legal tradition.

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