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Law & Justice

May 8, 2022

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced on Wednesday a $141 million settlement with the financial software company Intuit Inc. that resolves a multi-state investigation into claims Intuit misled consumers into paying for online tax preparation services instead of using the ...

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NEW YORK – Lawrence Ray, a.k.a. “Lawrence Grecco” of Piscataway was convicted on Wednesday in a New York federal court after jurors found him guilty on charges brought against him for sex trafficking college students at Sarah Lawrence College in the state over a 10-year period. U.S. Attorney ...

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PISCATAWAY, NJ – In separate court filings, two Piscataway police officers said they have been the targets of discrimination and harassment by the chief of police while on duty. Patrol Officer Alan Barboiu and Lt. Constance Crea filed suits against Piscataway Police Chief Thomas Mosier saying he ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- New Jersey’s anti-bullying statute, already among the nation’s most stringent, will be strengthened even further thanks to a new law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday, Jan. 11. Inspired by Mallory Rose Grossman, a 12-year-old Rockaway student who committed suicide in 2017, the ...

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TRENTON, NJ - New Jersey “porch pirates” may want to think twice, or face harsher consequences for their thievery, thanks for a new law that is making its way through the New Jersey Legislature. Championed by Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson), the measure, which cleared the Assembly earlier ...

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — Scammers don’t take a holiday, unfortunately, and the top thing on their list right now is stealing people’s hard-earned money. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Philadelphia Office is reminding the public to be vigilant about seasonal shopping scams. The two most ...

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – A terrifying local killing became the subject of discussion for the past few months as Congress aimed to provide safeguards for federal judges, as they have often been left vulnerable threats and intimidation.  Daniel Anderl, resident of North Brunswick and a 2018 graduate of St.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Lloyd purchased his first car. Ashley was promoted to cashier. Michael is working after obtaining his commercial driver’s license. Jahad recently got married. Joseph opened his first bank account in five years. Alex graduated from Middlesex College and works as an ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Sergio was addicted and sleeping in the back of a barbershop with his dog when he entered Middlesex County’s Drug Court program. After the court teamed him with a recovery coach, and he began treating his addiction at a facility in Perth Amboy, his life began to turn ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Colleen Floyd welcomed a child into her heart and home on Wednesday as Middlesex County and the rest of the country celebrated the miracle of adoptions. Her adoption of a 5-year-old was completed on National Adoption Day, a holiday held annually to shine a spotlight on the ...

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TRENTON – Legislation A681, which expands the scope of the Law Against Discrimination (LAD) by providing protections against age discrimination by employers, has now been signed into law.    Governor Phil Murphy signed A681 into law on October 5. “Discrimination of any kind has no place in ...

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MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone has announced that the Middlesex County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is expanding their trauma informed response services to provide increased access to care for victims of sexual assault throughout the County of ...

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WASHINGTON, DC -- The family of Brian Sicknick, the South River native who died following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, was on hand Thursday as President Joe Biden signed legislation awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to the members of the U.S. Capitol Police, the D.C. Metropolitan ...

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PISCATAWAY, NJ — A Middlesex County Superior Court judge is set to hear testimony on Thursday from attorneys for Andrew and Cindy Paglia after ordering a stay on the township’s plans to raze the two-story house at 1126 River Road in Piscataway to make way for a sewer project. Demolition was ...

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PISCATAWAY, NJ -- Lawyers for a township homeowner filed an Order to Show Cause in Middlesex County Superior Court on Friday to prevent the township from razing a house at 1126 River Road, a property located directly across the street from Rutgers football stadium in Piscataway.  The filing by ...

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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – The New Jersey Senate on June 30 unanimously passed legislation establishing the 'COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Worker Commission.' Under Senate Bill S311, which was introduced back in January and sponsored by Senator Patrick J. Diegnan, Jr. of South Plainfield, the ...

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