...bono and outreach holiday book wrapping initiative for children in six domestic-violence shelters, held Dec. 12 at the Olde Mill Inn in Basking Ridge...
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
Life sentencing without the possibility of parole might be called LWOP, for life without hope
...dealing in illegal commodities, with counterparties accustomed to protecting their interests by violence, there have been predictions and threats that the thief will not live...
... A bill creating a pilot program to put New Jersey domestic-violence offenders under electronic monitoring is on the governor’s desk....
An order preventing a father in a pending divorce case from having any contact with his two children until the criminal charges against him are resolved is reversed and remanded
Members of the Ramapough Mountain Indians claim the newly released film "Out of the Furnace" falsely portrays them as lawless, violent, impoverished and drug-addicted inbreds
An order suppressing a warrantless blood test in a DWI and assault-by-auto case is reversed where application of the exclusionary rule would not serve the rule's principal purposes
...and raising funds for organizations that benefit kids and victims of domestic violence. In addition, the Military Legal Assistance Program organized a “Toys for...
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