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The 44-year-old man was charged in the second case after Trenton police officers responded to a call for assistance placed from a Riverside Avenue location. https://www.wjconnellylaw.com/blog/corrections-officers-union-president-charged-with-sexual-assault/
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On October 4th, the Superior Court of New Jersey’s Appellate Division made the decision to reverse a prior conviction in the case regarding a man’s 2015 drug charges. The court’s reversal of his conviction is based on the defendant’s right to a fair trial.
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The serial killers listed here are among the worst in U.S. history. Some are believed to have killed even more people than they were convicted of murdering, and the true toll may never be known.
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The choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.
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Plainfield authorizes are reporting that a 56-year-old man was arrested for stabbing his ex-wife to death on Sunday. http://ow.ly/V8Xj30fJ8ec
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If you have been arrested and charged with a drug crime in a New Jersey Municipal Court, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your rights. William J. Connelly, III, Esq., is a municipal court criminal defense attorney who represents clients charged with drug possession in Monmouth County. To learn more and schedule a consultation, contact our law firm today: https://www.wjconnellylaw.com/contact/
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New Jersey seeks to change two important elements of the criminal justice process: the bail process and the speedy trial process, according to a recent article in New Brunswick Today.
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Governor Christie signed into law legislation that gives practically anyone who ever wore a badge the right to carry a firearm after retirement. According to nj.com, until now it’s been mostly state and local police officers, along with county sheriff’s deputies and corrections officers and the like.
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In New Jersey, there are more than 70,000 adults and 13,000 juveniles currently being supervised by probation officers. Probation is a sentencing alternative that basically gives a person convicted of a crime the chance to serve their criminal sentence in the community.
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The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled recently that the state Parole Board can continue to require paroled individuals to submit to lie detector tests.
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