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State Courthouses to Open to Public Beginning Aug. 2

Members of the public will no longer need to have a scheduled court proceeding or an appointment in order to enter a state courthouse.

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Arrest Made in Connection With Runnemede, Winslow Twp. Supermarket Bank Robberies

Chris Leblanc has been arrested in connection with two supermarket bank robberies that occurred in Camden County on July 13 and 16.

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Bellmawr, Glendora Men Among 31 Arrested in Operation 24/7

The 31 men were arrested in “Operation 24/7,” a collaborative operation launched to address the continued spike in reports of potential threats to children from online predators during the COVID pandemic.

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N.J. Judiciary Moves Toward Expungement For Nearly 88,000 Marijuana Cases

After vacating convictions or dismissing cases, the Judiciary will automatically expunge those cases in the coming months.

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New Jersey Supreme Court Dismisses Nearly 300,000 Old Municipal Court Cases

More serious offenses, such as driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, major traffic violations, disorderly and petty disorderly persons offenses, refusal to submit to a chemical test, and indictable offenses, are not eligible for dismissal.

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Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem Vicinage to Hold Virtual Drug Court Graduations May 19

Drug court alumni will share their recovery experiences, as well as messages of strength and hope.

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Supreme Court Authorizes Resumption of In-Person Criminal Jury Trials & Grand Jury Proceedings

Civil trials will continue to be conducted in a virtual format, unless an assignment judge determines there are compelling circumstances to warrant an in-person trial.

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Suspended NJDOT Engineer Indicted For Allegedly Falsifying Academic Credentials To Obtain Position & Promotions

The indictment alleges that Roger Sequeira created and reinforced the false impression that he had obtained a B.S. in Engineering degree from La Salle University.

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Williamstown Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison for Production & Distribution of Child Pornography

In addition to the prison term, Judge Kugler sentenced Nicholas to a lifetime term of supervised release, ordered him to pay restitution of $45,000 to the victims, and ordered him to register as a sex offender.

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Courthouse Technology Rooms Provide Access to Proceedings for Litigants & Attorneys

Courthouses have a designated space where litigants and attorneys can participate in court matters remotely by using computers directly connected to their proceeding.