Sirius is paying $3.8-million to 46 states, as well as paying restitution to eligible customers for misleading advertising and shoddy billing practices.
A New Jersey man has admitted conning his 90-year-old dementia-stricken neighbor out of $50,000.
The take from the sweep, dubbed by law enforcement “Predator Alert II,” runs the gamut: two school bus drivers, a software engineer, a minister in training, a corporate executive.
A directive from acting state Attorney General John Hoffman extends the minimum hold time — which had been 90 days.
New Jersey is going after three energy supply companies that allegedly duped consumers into switching electricity providers. Officials say there are hundreds of victims throughout the state.
By David Madden FRANKLINVILLE, N.J. (CBS) – A New Jersey Superior Court Judge this week ruled that those who owned a thermometer factory turned into a day care center have to reimburse the state for […]
It’s all part of a drive aimed to not just bolster the ranks of the state police but to diversify it geographically as well.
Lawyer Barbara Lieberman is alleged to have teamed up with Jan Van Holt, the owner of “A Better Choice,” to siphon off the lifetime savings of at least ten elderly clients — even after the victims died.
A southern New Jersey man who pleaded guilty in a child pornography investigation that led to several other arrests is now headed to prison.
Alcotest replaced the Breathalyzer over a decade ago, and its accuracy has been challenged in court a number of times since then.