Former New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow’s bid to become a judge in North Jersey has been withdrawn by the Christie Administration. Now, she’s been nominated for a judicial post in South Jersey. What’s up?
Community members chanted “stop the violence” and rallied against crime in Camden at the Life Celebration of slain grocery store owner 46-year-old Miguel Almonte on Thursday.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd says she requested the closed-door meeting with attorney general Paula Dow to address the city’s issues with violence.
“Many of them have come out of Iraq and Afghanistan with real needs. Substance abuse problems, sometimes mental illness, other ailments, anger management that need attention,” attorney general Paula Dow says.
State authorities say a southern New Jersey medical firm and its office manager have admitted defrauding Medicaid and Medicare of $3 million.
New Jersey drivers and passengers are buckling up more than ever before. State Attorney General Paula Dow says 94.5 percent of people riding in the front seat were found to be wearing their seatbelts.
They wanted to take a trip, but instead got taken for a ride! You heard about it first here on CBS 3, would-be-travelers that paid for vacation packages that they never received.
The policy change, approved this week by Attorney General Paula Dow, followed reports out of Hudson County that a doctor, now deceased, was prescribing large amounts of steroids to cops—drugs paid for out of the state’s prescription plan.
New Jersey wants federal officials to clarify their plans regarding enforcement of drug laws, in light of the state’s pending medical marijuana program.
New Jersey’s attorney general today announced a major drug bust in South Camden with ties to a local street gang.
New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow has announced a new policy that lifts many restrictions on the use of stun guns by law enforcement.