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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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Governor Chris Christie holds his 102nd Town Hall at St. Luke Baptist Church in Paterson, N.J. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Gov. Christie Vows to Protect the Public’s Trust [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday took a firm stance against public corruption, an offense he is all too familiar with.

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Daniel Van Pelt (NJ Legislature)
Daniel Van Pelt (NJ Legislature)
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Former Ocean County Lawmaker’s Corruption Conviction Upheld

A federal court has rejected a former New Jersey lawmaker's attempt to have his corruption sentence thrown out.

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Higher Penalties for Unethical Conduct? [AUDIO]

In the wake of a municipal official who allegedly used his position to profit from a private land deal, New Jersey's state comptroller has called for tougher penalties for unethical conduct on the local level.

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Corruption Uncovered in Chesterfield: Report

A Chesterfield Township committeeman improperly used his government position in facilitating a private land deal that brought him substantial profit, according to an Office of the State Comptroller investigation.

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Arrest of Trenton Tony Mack (Twitter)
Arrest of Trenton Tony Mack (Twitter)
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Should Indicted Elected Officials In NJ Leave Office? [AUDIO]

State Senator Shirley Turner thinks indicted elected officials in New Jersey should immediately step down from their office pending the outcome of their case.

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Denis Jaslow (center) leaving court (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
Denis Jaslow (center) leaving court (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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Ex-Hudson County Official Gets Probation in Bribery Plot

A former Hudson County election official caught up in a 2009 corruption sting will not be going to prison.

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Timothy Grossi (NJ Attorney General's Office)
Timothy Grossi (NJ Attorney General's Office)
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North Bergen Public Works Indictments Continue

Another employee of the North Bergen Public Works Department has been indicted in an ongoing investigation into corruption at the agency.

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Lawyer in Bergen County Corruption Probe Gets Probation

A former Bergen County Democratic Party lawyer and adviser to several municipalities has been sentenced to three years' probation for his role in a political influence scheme.

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