Claim of "objectively reasonable likelihood" that communications with foreign contacts will be intercepted at some point under the FISA Amendments Act is insufficient to establish standing to sue, as
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The federal judiciary releases new model jury instructions aimed at deterring improper use of social media by jurors
Deborah Jacobs is resigning as executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, leaving behind a larger and better-organized chapter than the one she took over 12 years ago
New Jersey's attorney general can subpoena defense lawyers' billing records in a money-laundering probe sparked by charges the Lucchese crime family ran a gambling ring, a state judge says
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