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Chris Christie Names New Acting Attorney General

Gov. Chris Christie has named John Hoffman as acting state attorney general.

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NJ Attorney General Visits Paterson Mosque As Part of Outreach

New Jersey's attorney general has visited another mosque as part of an ongoing effort to improve relations with the Muslim community.

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NJ Attorney General Sues Post-Sandy Summit Organizer

New Jersey's attorney general is suing the organizer of an upcoming post-Sandy "reconstruction summit," alleging he's violating the state's Consumer Fraud Act.

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Superintendent, James Wiley, 67, of North Bergen (NJ Attorney General)
Superintendent, James Wiley, 67, of North Bergen (NJ Attorney General)
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North Bergen Public Works Chief Used Employees For Home Chores

The North Bergen Public Works Superintendent pleads guilty to directly municipal employees to perform chores at his home while they were being paid by the township.

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NJ Attorney General Says NYPD Surveillance Was Legal [VIDEO]

New Jersey's Muslim leaders are unhappy with the state's review of spying within their communities by New York City police.

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ABC Inspections Bust Underage Drinkers In Atlantic City

Routine inspections last week by the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control of a nightclub and liquor store in Atlantic City resulted in three individuals being charged with underage drinking offenses.

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NJ’s Fugitive Safe Surrender Totals Over 13,000; Number One In Nation

3,027  people voluntarily turned themselves in at New Jersey's fourth and final Fugitive Safe Surrender this week in Atlantic City.

Data from the New Jersey Attorney General's Office shows the most people surrendered from Atlantic County (1,089) followed by Essex and Cumberland (each at 241), Mercer ( 137), Union (128) and Camden (127)

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Project Medicine Drop Expanded In NJ

Continuing the fight against prescription drug abuse, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today expanded “Project Medicine Drop,” a statewide initiative to help everyday citizens join the fight against the abuse of addictive, deadly prescription drugs.

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NJ Holds Hearing On Making Synthetic Pot Ban Permanent

One month from today, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs will hold a public hearing to take testimony on a plan to make permanent the state's comprehensive ban on synthetic marijuana, commonly known as "K2 or Spice."

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North Bergen Public Works Dept. Offices Searched

A North Bergen township official says the state Attorney General's Division of Criminal Justice has executed a search warrant on the Public Works Department there.

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