The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
...the towns that hire them and pay their salaries even though local governments rely on the money they bring in. That inherent tension...
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
...held that the Fourth Amendment did not require a warrant for the government to obtain from a telephone carrier the numbers that a telephone subscriber...
...claimed would help others elude the Internal Revenue Service and have the government pay their debts. The principal offering was the Pure Trust Organization (PTO...
A utility company does not owe a duty of care to passing motorists to remove a dead tree located within its right-of-way over privately owned lands
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie lets go of a key adviser as a federal investigation looms over his administration's ordering of lane closures that crippled traffic on the George Washington Bridge last Septe
Life sentencing without the possibility of parole might be called LWOP, for life without hope
Christopher Porrino, the new chief counsel to Gov. Chris Christie, is a rare breed in the administration, having never worked for Christie as a prosecutor
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