New Jersey Supreme Court
An Atlantic City police officer was justified in searching a room at the Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino without a warrant, finding a gun he thought might have been used in an armed robbery, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Erika Klemens, the Director of Americans for Prosperity – New Jersey, agreed with a New Jersey Supreme Court ruling allowing Governor Chris Christie to forgo making full payments to the state’s pension system […]
A company that wants to build windmills off the coast of Atlantic City is taking its case to New Jersey’s top court.
Is it endangerment if a child left by a parent in a car is not physically, mentally, or emotionally impaired?
New Jersey’s highest court handed the state’s growing pension funding problem to politicians to solve. The question now is…how quickly will they take on the issue?
New Jersey’s highest court today gave the Christie administration plenty of breathing room in the battle over full funding of the state’s pension system.
Deputy attorney general Jean Reilly argued that any payment is subject to legislative appropriations every year and, in the end, whether the state can afford it.
A three-judge state appeals court panel in New Jersey has freed up some $200 million that towns had set aside for affordable housing — money that the Christie administration had been trying to use for other purposes over the past few years.
Rich analyzed two cases of teachers having sex with students in New Jersey, Governor Tom Wolf’s latest budget proposal, and Illinois Senator Dick Durbin’s assertions that Republicans are racist for holding up a confirmation vote on Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch. He also talked with Will Bunch from the Philadelphia Daily News.
State courts will now step in to oversee the task which, according to the NJ Supreme Court, the Christie administration couldn’t do.
The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering a motion to move enforcement of affordable housing laws from a state agency to the court system.
Governor Chris Christie is heading to Camden again, this time to make an announcement about school construction projects.
Does what happens in Vegas really stay in Vegas, or can you face criminal charges when you get home for what you did on your vacation?
Is it child abuse if someone leaves a toddler in a car to run into a store? That’s a question the New Jersey Supreme Court is going to take on.
A hearing is set tomorrow on a tenure bid for the Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, as well as the nomination of a South Jersey judge to join the high court.