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Francis X. Gartland (NJ Office of Attorney General)
Francis X. Gartland (NJ Office of Attorney General)
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Broker Sentenced in Toms River School Bribe Scheme

An insurance broker who admitted his role in a bribery scheme involving New Jersey's fourth-largest school district has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison.

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Local 45 of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Ironworkers logo (Townsquare Media file image)
Local 45 of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Ironworkers logo (Townsquare Media file image)
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Former NJ Union Officer Sentenced For Bribery

A federal judge has given a former New Jersey union official a six month sentence for bribery.

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Former Hamilton Mayor Bencivengo (File Photo)
Former Hamilton Mayor Bencivengo (File Photo)
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Testimony Begins in Hamilton Mayor’s Bribery Trial

A witness in the federal bribery trial of a New Jersey mayor testifies she lavished gifts on numerous township officials to maintain lucrative contracts.

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Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media
Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media
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Questions About Michael Ritacco Still Linger

Michael Ritacco might be sitting in a prison cell at this very moment, but the wounds caused by corruption scandal by the former Toms River superintendent are still raw for many residents at the township Board of Education meeting.

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U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman reviews the charges against Trenton Tony Mack and six others.
U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman reviews recent charges against Trenton Tony Mack and six others. (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Corruption Is Still Thriving In New Jersey [AUDIO]

You need not look any further than the arrest of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack last week to know that corruption is still thriving in New Jersey's political circles.

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Peter Dazeley, Getty Images
Peter Dazeley, Getty Images
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Judge Revives Suit Over North Bergen Legal Fees

A judge has revived a lawsuit against a northern New Jersey town over the paying of legal fees for town employees involved in a corruption investigation.

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Michael Ritacco arrives in court with his lawyers.
Michael Ritacco arrives in court with his lawyers (Patch of Toms River via Facebook)
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Michael Ritacco Sentenced In Corruption Case [POLL]

Former Toms River Regional School Superintendent, Michael Ritacco has been sentenced to over 11 years in federal prison to begin immediately.

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Michael Ritacco
Michael Ritacco (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Ex-Superintendent Mike Ritacco Sentenced Today [POLL/AUDIO]

The disgraced former Toms River Regional School Superintendent, Mike Ritacco, has a date in court today, to learn how long he'll be going to prison for corruption.

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Tony Mack
Tony Mack talks to reporters outside his Trenton home following FBI search. (WPVI-TV)
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Trenton Mayor Tony Mack Staying in Office, Despite Charge

The mayor of New Jersey's state capital intends to stay in office while he battles a federal extortion conspiracy charge.

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Tony Mack arrest
Arrest of Trenton Tony Mack (Twitter)
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New Jersey Business Leaders React To Latest Corruption Scandal [AUDIO]

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, who's facing a host of federal corruption charges after being arrested earlier this week, is refusing to step down, much to the dismay of many public officials and business leaders.

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