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Victor Razumov, Jr. (Sussex County Prosecutor's Office)
Victor Razumov, Jr. (Sussex County Prosecutor's Office)
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Wantage Teenager Faces Murder Charge

Murder charges have been filed against an 18-year-old northwestern New Jersey high school student accused of fatally stabbing an elderly woman while robbing her home last week.

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Toms River Babysitter Charged With Infant’s Murder

A Toms River 44-year-old who regularly minded a 14-month-old at her home is now accused of murdering the baby last August.

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Paul Bergrin (Facebook)
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Judge Orders NJ Attorney Paul Bergrin Tried on 26 Counts

A federal judge has approved a motion by prosecutors to present a racketeering case in its entirety against a prominent New Jersey defense attorney.

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Paul Bergrin (Facebook)
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Feds Urged Witnesses to Lie in Murder Case, Lawyer Claims

A New Jersey defense attorney charged with murder and racketeering claims in a recent court filing that government prosecutors used witnesses against him that they knew were lying.

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Ernest Williams (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
Ernest Williams (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
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Montclair Man Arrested in Murder of College Student

Authorities in northern New Jersey have arrested a Montclair man and charged him with the fatal shooting of a college student last weekend.

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George Wright (AFP/Getty Images)
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Could Fugitive NJ Murderer Be Tried as Terrorist?

A former FBI agent says a fugitive murderer from New Jersey could be tried as a terrorist today because he helped hijack an airliner in 1972.

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Arrest Made in Slaying of Camden Woman

Prosecutors have filed murder charges against a Camden man whose girlfriend was found dead in her southern New Jersey home last month.

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James Thomas (NJ Department of Corrections)
James Thomas (NJ Department of Corrections)
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Man, Mom Face Charges in Plainfield Slaying

A central New Jersey man and his mother face murder charges in the beating death of one of the man's acquaintances.

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Carteret Man Admits Strangling Live-In Companion

A central New Jersey man faces 30 years in prison without the chance of parole after admitting he strangled his live-in companion during an argument in their home last year.

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Search of Maple Shade Home Ends in NYC Murder Case

Police have spent hours searching the home of a man charged in a notorious New York 1979 missing-child case, but it's not yet clear whether investigators found anything relevant.

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