John and Carolyn Jackson of Mount Holly appeared in federal court Thursday in Newark. They were ordered to have no contact with children.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier is now allowed to have contact with university trustees and potential witnesses against him in his trial.
Authorities say that an investigation led the Egg Harbor Township Police Department and NJ State Police Marijuana Eradication Unit to Darren Marro, 47, of Alder Avenue in Egg Harbor Township.
Philadelphia City Council took a close look at the city’s troubled bail system on Wednesday, but key players in that system were no-shows.
A Delaware woman who says charges that she tried to sell her baby to a Philadelphia man for $15,000 are the result of a huge misunderstanding fears that she will go to prison if authorities are successful in getting her bail increased.
An official with Oman’s foreign ministry says the Gulf nation has sent a plane to Tehran amid efforts toward a bail-for-freedom deal for two Americans jailed for spying.
A leader of a nationwide motorcycle club described by prosecutors as a violent criminal enterprise has been released on bail.
Two young men, students, have been held for trial on charges they attacked a teacher at the Excel Academy, an alternative school, in Northeast Philadelphia last month. The teacher was treated at a hospital and released.
One of two men charged with stealing more than 100,000 e-mail addresses of Apple iPad users could be released on bail in New Jersey Monday.
New details emerged Thursday following the revelation of a picture of a Delaware County child duct-taped to a chair.
by KYW’s Ian Bush Philadelphia’s courts have launched a new effort to collect what could be a billion dollars in unpaid bail.
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