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Tier 1 of Megan’s Law Involves Sexual Crimes Involving Minors

If you live in New Jersey, you might have heard about Megan’s Law. Megan’s Law is a law that requires local police authorities to inform communities of convicted sex offenders in their local area. Tier 1 of Megan’s Law includes any offense that involves a minor, among other factors. Continue reading to learn more. Understanding Tier 1 of Megan’s Law…
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Don’t Let a DUI Ruin Your St. Paddy’s Day

Before you head out and celebrate one of the biggest drinking holidays of the year at your favorite New Jersey pub, think about how you will celebrate safely. St. Patrick’s Day is not only one of the largest drinking days of the year, but it also leads to a higher number of drunk driving car accidents and DUIs. Know New…
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Former NJ Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault

An elementary teacher in Long Branch, NJ is being charged with sexual assaulting of one of his 10-year old students. The defendant has been charged with aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. There are reports that the sexual assault occurred more than once. While the teacher was no longer teaching at the time of the arrest,…
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Three NJ Cops Charged With Police Misconduct

Three New Jersey cops were charged with police misconduct after allegedly beating female inmates. Currently, the case is still under investigation, however, the officers are being charged with official misconduct. They may also be met with further charges. What Happened? At least six inmates at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility in Clinton, NJ have come forward, as well as relatives…
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Overall Crime Rate in New Jersey Decreased in 2020, but Violence Spiked During The Pandemic

With 2020 limiting people to the confines of their homes, many states, including New Jersey, noticed a decrease in overall crime. However, that does not mean that the state was free of violence. Reports of violence increased in some areas, including domestic violence or reports of violence during political protests. Increased Cases of Violence During COVID-19 The state noticed an…
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