...of Fort Lee’s Democratic mayor, Mark Sokolich, to support...Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee, which is also investigating the...
...between the governor and Senate Democrats, neither nominee was accorded a Judiciary Committee hearing and their nominations time out on Jan. 14. Bauman...
New Jersey Law Journal
Two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the government's telephone surveillance program in December that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
New Jersey's campaign finance agency is suing a former state senator to recoup $140,000 in campaign funds it says were used for his defense to influence-peddling charges
...that the influence of money on elections can be a threat to democratic institutions and that individuals have a right to privacy. And he was...
New Jersey Law Journal
The Senate voted on Thursday to strip the minority party of its power to block presidential nominations, a major shift that streamlines the confirmation process for President Obama's judicial and age
...a July 2006 letter, Judiciary Committee Democrats opposed more D.C...s apply them now to Democratic nominees. Democrats opposed...
If President Richard Nixon had destroyed the Warergate tapes, he would have survived—albeit gravely wounded—to serve out his term
An astute lawyer-manager must achieve the appropriate balance of building consensus among the partners versus managing as an autocrat
... The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday unanimously approved of the nomination of Camden County Assignment Judge...
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