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Four Middlesex Attorneys Nominated to Judicial Positions

December 5, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Gov. Chris Christie on Monday announced he was nominating four Middlesex County attorneys to judicial appointments, the latest in a wave of appointments made by the lame duck governor.

Patrick Bradshaw, a partner in the New Brunswick-based Kelso & Bradshaw firm, was nominated as a Superior Court judge in Middlesex County.

Bradshaw’s partner, Thomas Kelso, is ...

Two Elizabeth Residents Arrested in Massive Child Trafficking and Pornography Sting

TRENTON, NJ – Arrests have been made in a massive operation that stretched from New Jersey to California, that targeted sex offenders, and persons possessing child pornography was announced today by Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino.

Arrests of 79 child predators and child pornography offenders in “Operation Safety Net,” a nine-month, multi-agency child protection ...

Rutgers Suffers "Data Breach," of 1,700 Students' Info

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The ​academic information of 1,700 Rutgers students was exposed during a “data security incident” on November 8 and 9, university officials confirmed.

No one’s Social Security number, address or financial information was leaked, according to university spokesperson Neal Buccino.

Instead, the affected students, all in the Department of Computer ...

City agrees to $172K settlement with former cop

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The city has agreed to a $172,000 settlement with former police officer Steve Middleton, years after he filed a lawsuit against the city alleging racial discrimination.

Middleton, an African American​, served as a​ New Brunswick police officer for nearly two decades​. He​ alleged that he was repeatedly overlooked for promotions, frequently subjected to racial ...

East Brunswick Attorney Gets New Brunswick Sports Bar to Pay $57K in Wage Theft Suit

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A New Brunswick sports bar has agreed to pay $57,500 to six former employees, following a wage theft lawsuit that went on several years.

The lawsuit, filed by former employee James Gerard, accused World of Beer of violating state and federal minimum wage laws, according to a federal lawsuit against the establishment in the summer 2015.

World of Beer has roughly 70 ...

Erratic Behaviors Lead to Suspension of East Brunswick Doctor

NEWARK, NJ –  East Brunswick doctor Sharon C. Worosilo has been issued an Order of Temporary Suspension following a display of unusual behaviors that cast a shadow on her ability to practice medicine. Worosilo is a physician with The Pain Management Institute, with offices in Cranbury Road in the township and Veronica Avenue in Somerset.

Attorney General ...

New Brunswick man charged in fatal Friday evening shooting near local park

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A New Brunswick man is sitting in the Middlesex County jail, following his arrest in connection with a fatal shooting Friday evening, authorities announced on November 22.

Kim Carter, 37 of New Brunswick, faces charges of murder and unlawful possession of a weapon, following an investigation by local authorities into the fatal November 17 shooting, said Middlesex County ...

Gun Violence: "A Problem That Has a Solution"

PATERSON, NJ- When Congresswoman Gabby Giffords returned to the floor of the House of Representatives less than seven months after being critically injured by a gunshot to the head her colleagues in Congress welcomed her with a standing ovation.

That ovation, however, did nothing to usher in any new "meaningful" gun control legislation.

Just over a year after that, twenty children ...

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