Ajit Jayaram, a licensed physician with a practice in Jersey City, faces three counts of first-degree attempted murder and three counts of first-degree conspiracy to commit murder.
17 cities are getting federal grant money to install cameras and license plate readers, and people to check those systems.
After 60,000 complaints nationwide – 1,600 victims in New Jersey – state and federal officials are rolling out a national campaign to talk about a booming scam targeting seniors.
Law enforcement officials say 42 people have been charged in over 100 carjackings that had terrorized Newark and Essex County around the turn of the year.
There could be civil or criminal charges as New Jersey’s police force is being investigated for steroid use.
Attorney General Paula Dow announced she’ll form a committee that will consider the role of physicians who illegally dispense steroids.
Deputy Assembly Speaker John McKeon wants Attorney General Paula Dow to open a criminal inquiry.
Offenders with outstanding warrants can turn themselves in through Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset.
New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow announced a new policy Thursday to lift restrictions on the use of stun guns by law enforcement.
Prosecutors have been looking into whether they could file additional charges in the suicide of Tyler Clementi, but New Jersey law might not adequately address the tragic death.
There are allegations of excessive force and improper arrests.