New Jersey officials are working to make teenagers more aware of the dangers of sexting after a 15-year-old Dickinson High School student was accused of posting a video online of what’s described as an off-campus sex act with a 13-year-old girl.
New Jersey teens caught sexting naked pictures to one another would no longer have to register as sex offenders under a bill advanced this week by a state Assembly committee.
Jeffrey Kimmel was convicted of the charge in April by a Bergen County jury that also cleared him of child sexual assault charges.
Scott Rubinetti was sentenced Friday to five years of probation, after admitting to having oral sex with the female student.
Kristin Leone faces one year in jail and five years of probation when she’s sentenced under terms of a plea agreement in June.
Jose Ramos was released from a Pennsylvania prison Wednesday then immediately arrested on a Megan’s Law violation after providing an outdated address of where he would be residing.
New Jersey Democrats ceded little if any ground to Republicans in the legislative elections, despite the popularity of Gov. Chris Christie and the millions of dollars he raised for the state GOP.
An appeals court agreed the boys, who were 14 years old, engaged in sexual contact when they held down two 12-year-old boys in Somerset County in 2008 and placed their bare buttocks on their faces.
The man convicted of killing a 7-year-old girl who became the namesake of Megan’s Laws across the country should be allowed to pursue claims that his lawyers were ineffective, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday.
She’s a 20-year-old woman who allegedly took wild sexual liberties with a 13-year-old boy. And now she is facing very serious charges, including statutory rape.
Saying she’s shown little remorse, a judge has sentenced a Bergen County woman to four years in prison for having sex with a 14-year-old boy.
Neil Cohen will serve the term either in prison or a mental hospital. He must also register as a sex offender under Megan’s Law.
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) – A Toms River man convicted of trying to lure three young children into a specially rigged, candy-filled van has been sentenced to a dozen years in prison. Brian Warner, […]