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Blog Posts in January, 2013

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  • New Jersey juvenile arrested for carjacking and robbery
    New Jersey juvenile arrested for carjacking and robbery

    It can be difficult for some to imagine a mere 16-year-old getting wrapped up in the criminal justice system. But juveniles make mistakes. When those mistakes are serious enough, children and teens ...

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  • Lawmaker in New Jersey wants sex offenders identified on Facebook
    Lawmaker in New Jersey wants sex offenders identified on Facebook

    What is your Facebook status? Most people have one these days. Perhaps your status informs your friends that you are on a Friday night dinner date and has a picture of your meal included. How would ...

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  • New Jersey defendant claims shooting her husband was self-defense
    New Jersey defendant claims shooting her husband was self-defense

    She carried a gun around with her most of the time. That is what the 47-year-old defendant at the center of a New Jersey murder trial admitted while taking the stand in her defense. It's not that she ...

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  • Task force will make recommendations for New Jersey violence prevention
    Task force will make recommendations for New Jersey violence prevention

    Violence prevention is the name of the game not just in New Jersey but throughout the country. The recent school shooting in Newtown sparked intense motivation within lawmakers all over the country. ...

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  • Dunkin' Donuts plus alleged drunk driving leads to danger
    Dunkin' Donuts plus alleged drunk driving leads to danger

    On Aug. 13, a group of patrons at a New Jersey Dunkin' Donuts got more than the sweet treats and coffee that they thought they were in for. Their trip to the Jersey City Heights donut shop was ...

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  • Review of rape cases suggests DNA evidence isn't fail-proof
    Review of rape cases suggests DNA evidence isn't fail-proof

    In criminal trials, juries and the public in general tend to put a lot of weight on science when deciding whether a criminal defendant is guilty of a charge. The slam dunk of evidence, at least as it ...

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