New Jersey Supreme Court
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.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has renominated state Supreme Court chief justice Stuart Rabner, and has nominated a Camden County judge to fill a vacancy on the high court.
The New Jersey Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday in a case that has gotten national attention.
Same sex couples throughout New Jersey visited local municipalities Saturday to fill out marriage license applications after the state supreme court denied an appeal Friday to block the order.
New Jersey’s Supreme Court will have the final say on whether same-sex marriage will become legal.
The New Jersey Supreme Court says the state must rewrite its affordable housing rules to again give each town a number of homes it is responsible for.
The state legislature created the Council in 1985, but two years ago the governor unilaterally moved its functions into the Department of Community Affairs.
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled this week that authorities can seek custody of a child, even where there’s no evidence of abuse or neglect.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that taking illegal, addictive drugs during pregnancy is not a form of child abuse.
Governor Chris Christie says he has “pretty much” settled on his next two nominees to the New Jersey Supreme Court. How well they may fare in the state senate is up for debate.
If a woman is artificially inseminated with her man’s permission, he’s a daddy. But if a woman allows her man to impregnate a surrogate, the infertile woman is not a mom in the eyes of the law.