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The Disproportionate Risks of Driving While Black
A study in Greensboro, North Carolina reveals large discrepancies in police treatment of black and white drivers

Casey Kasem's Widow Sued for Wrongful Death
Radio personality Casey Kasems' children and brother are charging Kasem's widow of abuse and wrongful death in his passing last year at the age of 82.

U.S. Attorney Seeks to Halt Bridgegate Civil Litigation
Paul Fishman, a U.S. attorney has requested that a federal judge in charge of the Bridgegate scandal civil litigation postpone the matter pending any forthcoming criminal prosecutions. His argument, in part, states that not only the court, but the civil litigants themselves, will benefit from such a postponement.

Sentenced to Life without Walmart
A New Jersey woman was convicted of shoplifting for trying to steal vitamins from a Walmart in Mount Olive, N.J. As part of her sentence, which included 10 hours of community service and fines, the Judge also barred the woman from entering any other Walmart in the United States. The woman claims she has since visited a Walmart and will appeal the decision.

New Jersey Lawmakers Looking to Criminalize "Upskirting"
A number of New Jersey legislators want to make the act of "upskirting" a criminal offense. Upskirting is the recording or photographing of a person's undergarments without the individual's consent. In the past few years, numerous websites for sharing this content have emerged on the web. The Assembly's Judiciary Committee is hearing a proposal that would make this act a fourth-degree offense.

New Jersey Lawmakers Closer to Making Dog Fighting a Crime
A bill is advancing through the state legislature that would make dog fighting a third-degree crime and allow leaders of dog fighting networks to be charged under anti-racketeering laws.

Doctors Might Have to Undergo International Criminal Background Checks
A New Jersey bill would require the State Board of Medical Examiners to check criminal history in other countries before issuing or renewing a doctor's license. The legislation was introduced after a Pompton Lakes doctor failed to disclose a U.K. manslaughter conviction.

Arrest Made in Multi-State Narcotics Investigation
A man arrested in Indianapolis was extradited to New Jersey to face multiple drug and money laundering charges.

Jets Player Arrested in Summit
Jets linebacker Jermaine Cunningham was arrested at his apartment in Summit and charged with various offenses including illegally transporting a handgun in his Audi.

'Housewives' Star Teresa Giudice's New Reality: Prison
Reality TV star Teresa Giudice will begin serving a 15 month sentence for fraud in 2015.

NJ Lawmaker Proposes "Sex Assault by Fraud" Bill: Report
It may soon be illegal to lie to someone to get them into bed in New Jersey as a state legislator has recently proposed a rape by fraud law.

New Jersey Police Officer Indicted on Drug Conspiracy Charges: Authorities
A New Jersey cop is facing severe consequences after allegedly being involved in the sale of crack cocaine.

Christie: The War on Drugs Failed
Governor Christie is calling for New Jersey laws relating to drug crimes to be revised to focus on treatment instead of punishment, without decriminalizing these offenses.

No Jail for Edison Woman Who Took 3-year-old Off School Bus
A New Jersey woman accused of kidnapping a young girl in Michigan has been acquitted of those charges but found guilty of resisting police and possession of marijuana. For those convictions she has been sentenced to probation.

Mount Laurel Man Pleads Not Guilty to $75K Scheme
A independent contractor working as a Special Civil Part Court Officer has pleaded not guilty to charges of embezzling $75,000 during his employment.

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