There's nothing stopping a registered sex offender from opening the door for your kid on Halloween — at least in New Jersey. So it's up to you, the parents, to keep children away from the riskier homes.
Several school districts have signed on to a program, announced Wednesday by the county prosecutor's office, that can provide law enforcement with complete blueprints of school grounds, right down to the smallest closet.
Under a state law adopted 30 years ago, drug dealers and everyone in the drug "chain" are held criminally responsible for deaths resulting from the controlled dangerous substances they've made or distributed.
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