TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — New Jersey lawmakers have passed a bill aimed a protecting judges. It comes just months after a deadly shooting at the home of a federal judge.

Daniel’s Law is named after the son of Judge Esther Salas.

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Daniel Anderl, 20-year-old son of federal Judge Esther Salas, was shot to death inside their North Brunswick home.

He was killed and Salas’ husband was wounded by a gunman who showed up a their Middlesex County house back in July.

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The legislation prohibits home addresses and phone numbers of judges and prosecutors from being posted online.

Authorities say that’s how the shooter found Salas’ home.


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