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Trenton Mayor Tony Mack
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Is NJ the Most Corrupt State in America? [AUDIO]

As the Bridgegate investigation continues, South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews has announced he's stepping down while a House Ethics Committee investigates his campaign spending, and Trenton Mayor Tony Mack awaits the verdict in his federal corruption trial.

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Official in NJ Corruption Bust Gets 33 Months

A former public official considered the final key figure in New Jersey's massive federal corruption sting four years ago has been sentenced to 33 months in prison.

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Acting Attorney General John Hoffman
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman (Office of the Attorney General)
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Acting State Attorney General Cracks Down on Corruption [AUDIO]

New Jersey is no stranger to corruption. In recent years, there have been a number of arrests of elected officials with the latest happening just last week when Assemblyman Albert Coutinho pleaded guilty to theft charges after admitting that he cashed checks meant for his family's charitable foundation and used the money for himself.

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Birdsall Group Admits Illegal Donations, Fined $1-Million

A major New Jersey engineering firm admitted making illegal campaign contributions, was fined $1 million and banned from working on government contracts in the state for 10 years.

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Corruption Trial of Trenton Mayor Delayed to 2014

The mayor of Trenton's corruption trial has been pushed back again.

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Birdsall Services Group (Facebook)
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Sale of Indicted NJ Engineering Firm Approved

The assets of a New Jersey engineering company accused of circumventing the state's pay-to-play laws have been sold to a California firm.

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Convicted Ex-Hamilton Mayor Reports to Prison

The former mayor of New Jersey's largest suburb has reported to federal prison to serve a 38-month sentence for political corruption.

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Former NJ Construction Official Sentenced For Corruption

Federal prosecutors say a northern New Jersey construction official who accepted a $5,000 bribe has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.

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Indicted NJ Firm’s Bankruptcy Can Continue, Judge Rules

A federal judge says a major New Jersey engineering firm may move forward with its bankruptcy filing despite objections raised by state prosecutors.

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James Ryan (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
James Ryan (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
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Irvington Official Faces Corruption Charges

Officials in Essex County say an official with the northern New Jersey city of Irvington has been arrested on charges he used city property for his personal business.

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