The Atlantic/Cape May Vicinage will recognize the successes of 49 graduates from the Cape May County recovery court program during two virtual graduation ceremonies on Wednesday, June 24. “We’re looking forward to one of the largest graduations from recovery court in Cape May County’s history. We are proud, beyond belief, of our graduates, especially given […]
A Trenton man has been charged in two armed robberies, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer, Magnolia Police Chief Scott Paris, and Somerdale Police Chief Anthony Campbell.
By Scott A. Coffina The horrific and inexcusable killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer while three of his fellow officers watched and did nothing as a subdued man’s life was being choked out of him has started a passionate national conversation about the relationship of police officers and the communities they serve. […]
A plan for the gradual resumption of certain in-person court events has been recommended by the New Jersey Courts Post-Pandemic Planning committees.
Warren E. Shelton, 54, of Chesilhurst, entered a guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez to an indictment charging him with one count of unlawful possession of imitation badges, identification cards, and other insignia prescribed for use by officers of a department, among other offenses.
The pilot program, which is expected to begin “as soon as practicable,” will be used to determine whether the Judiciary expands remote grand juries to additional counties and state grand jury proceedings.
Many New Jersey municipal courts have begun remote proceedings, holding court sessions by video or phone under an Order issued by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner.
Operating under the name of Pinnacle Medical Supplies, Robert Armstrong prepared and caused to be prepared fraudulent invoices billing hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices across the United States for medical supplies that medical providers never ordered or received.
The Burlington Vicinage, in partnership with the Burlington County Bar Association, will begin a program to help provide legal services for litigants who do not qualify for legal aid or a public defender.
Toby, a poodle, was euthanized a day after being shot with an air rifle last summer.