By CBSNewYork Team

NEW JERSEY (CBSNewYork)Judge Esther Salas, whose son Daniel Anderl, 20, was killed by a gunman at their home in New Jersey, returned to the bench Monday.

A spokesperson for Judge Salas confirmed the federal judge is returning to work.

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Authorities say a man who used the internet to track down Salas’s address posed as a deliver man in the attack that also wounded her husband in July 2020.

The gunman later killed himself.

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In Nov. 2020, New Jersey passed Daniel’s Law, which protects the addresses of judges, prosecutors and law enforcement from public disclosure.

CBSNewYork Team