Jamal Peoples, 27, was sentenced Monday by Essex County Judge Joseph C. Cassini III, after pleading guilty in March to robbery and aggravated sexual assault.
A man was hit with the maximum sentence of 60 years in prison last week, after being convicted in the beating and burning death of a Bridgeport, Conn., woman.
A Long Island doctor was sentenced to eight years in prison this week for his part in a massive scheme enabling Long Island Rail Road workers to collect disability fraudulently.
A convicted sex offender who admitted to recording young women surreptitiously at a Long Island fashion show has been sentenced to as many as three years in prison.
Two brothers from Jersey City have been sentenced to prison time for their role on a street-racing incident that killed one pedestrian and injured another.
A 22-year-old man was sentenced to 30 years in prison Tuesday, in connection with the murder of another man in Newark.
A central New Jersey man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a bank robbery spree that lasted three months.
A man with a history of mental illness who killed his neighbor in 2009 was sentenced to 22 years to life in Rockland County Court on Friday.
Friends Kelly Mallazzo and Kenyen Gaskins were killed in the crash on Jan. 28, 2010, in Centereach.
Under terms of the plea deal, 28-year-old Gary Wilson agreed to testify against the other defendants. He could face 45 years in prison when he’s sentenced in September.
A party boat reveler has been convicted of murdering a promoter after an on-board brawl spilled into New York City’s tourist-friendly South Street Seaport. Londell Squire, 23, faces up to life in prison. His sentencing is set for May 17.
In a fiery courtroom faceoff, a heartbroken mother lashed out at the sentencing of the monster who brutally raped and killed her daughter.
The suspect in an astonishing case of sex slavery was sentenced to ten years in jail and ten years probation.
A special election was being held Thursday in White Plains to fill the vacancy left when Mayor Adam Bradley resigned in February after being convicted of domestic violence.
Adam Bradley resigned last month as mayor of White Plains, N.Y. He had been a politician on the rise, but he was arrested in February 2010 on domestic violence charges.