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Prosecutor: Shaneen Allen can enter diversion program

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) -- A Philadelphia woman who was facing prison time after she brought her legally owned a gun into New Jersey will now be allowed to enter a pretrial intervention program.

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Christie drops a cautious hint about the Shaneen Allen gun case

Gov. Chris Christie Thursday night said he has "concerns" about the case of Shaneen Allen, a single mother of two from Philadelphia who is facing a mandatory three-year prison term for driving into New Jersey with a gun she's legally allowed to possess in Pennsylvania.

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Dennis and Judi speak with Jon Bramnick about Shaneen Allen

On yesterday's show, Dennis and Judi voiced their frustration over the Shaneen Allen case and how she is essentially being imprisoned and could face a 3-year jail term for being honest.

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Find out how you can help Shaneen Allen
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Shaneen Allen’s gun-carry prosecution: How you can help her

The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) is launching a Nationwide effort to save Ms. Allen from a minimum 5 year prison sentence - NOT for committing a crime with a gun, but merely for crossing the border from Pennsylvania into New Jersey with her legally owned gun. She mistakenly thought her PA carry permit was vali

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Should Philadelphia mother get leniency for legal gun?

A Philadelphia woman is hoping for leniency after being hit with gun charges during a traffic stop in Atlantic County.

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Senate Panel Approves Gun Magazine Limit [AUDIO]

After hours of heated testimony Monday, the State Senate Law and Public Safety Committee approved a bill to reduce the legal limit of rounds in an ammunition magazine from 15 to 10.

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Nicole Hockley, who lost her 6-year-old son Dylan in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, speaks during a State House press conference regarding a bill that would  limit the legal capacity of ammunition magazines in NJ to 10.
(Credit: Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ) Nicole Hockley, who lost her 6-year-old son Dylan in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, speaks during a State House press conference regarding a bill that would limit the legal capacity of ammunition magazines in NJ to 10.
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Tearful Senate Prez Has Change of Heart on Ammo Clips [AUDIO/VIDEO]

During a tearful press conference at the State House involving families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, NJ Senate Pres. Steve Sweeney changed his position on a bill pertaining to ammunition magazines for firearms.

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