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Jury deadlocked, Mistrial declared in Genesis Rincon murder case

November 18, 2016

PATERSON, N.J.- After a jury twice in two days told the judge in the Genesis Rincon murder case that it was "deadlocked", a mistrial was declared Friday.

While riding on her scooter Genesis Rincon was shot and killed by a stray bullet on the evening of July 5 2014 in her neighborhood near Rosa Parks Boulevard. She died hours later. Rincon was 12 years old.

Three men were ...

Federal Agents Assist City of Paterson in retrieving Emails tied to Investigation

PATERSON -  The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice were in Paterson again today, continuing their multiple investigations into the Community Development Department and the city's use of federal grant money.

Investigators were invited to 125 Ellison St., according to law director Domenick Stampone, to retrieve emails requested by ...

Jury Convicts Paterson Man of Attempted Murder

PATERSON, N.J. - A city man was convicted Thursday on attempted murder charges stemming from an argument that began over a game of pool, said Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes.

The man, Ramon Martinez, 53, was found guilty after a jury trial before the state Superior Court Judge Sohail Mohammed. The jury convicted Martinez of of two counts of First Degree Attempted Murder, two counts of ...

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Lindabury Bolsters its Commercial Real Estate and Finance Practices

Lindabury is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Amanda M. Curley to its Business and Commercial Real Estate practices. Amanda will focus her practice on commercial real estate financing and related transactions.  Amanda has experience advising commercial real estate owners and developers on transactions, redevelopment law and land use matters.  She also is well versed in New ...