NJ Supreme Court asked to alter rules for inmate COVID releases
Nearly seven weeks after an executive order made 3,000 state inmates eligible for temporary home confinement, 337 have been released.
NJ federal courts have backlog larger than NY and Pa. combined
A few judges have stayed on the bench past retirement age to help handle cases, the report said.
Most relationships are surviving and thriving in pandemic, poll finds
A new Monmouth University polls finds most relationships are doing just fine during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Domestic abuse calls down in pandemic, but case intensity spiking
The New Jersey State Police recently reported that domestic violence calls were down 16% since shutdowns began.
Rutgers joins list of NJ schools with test-optional applications
At least seven colleges and universities across the state have adopted the test optional policy, permanently.