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U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman reviews the charges against Trenton Tony Mack and six others.
U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman reviews recent charges against Trenton Tony Mack and six others. (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Corruption Is Still Thriving In New Jersey [AUDIO]

You need not look any further than the arrest of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack last week to know that corruption is still thriving in New Jersey's political circles.

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Ashlee Newman and State Senator Barbara Buono
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NJ Needs Tougher Domestic Violence Laws, Says Senators [AUDIO]

Here are some shocking statistics from State Senator Barbara Buono; one in four women and one in seven men will become the victim of domestic violence at some time during their lifetime.

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Max Whittaker, Getty Images
Max Whittaker, Getty Images
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You Could Be Letting Criminals Into Your Home Right Now [POLL/AUDIO]

You had better beware if your town sends someone out to your house to assess your property value.

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Marijuana Plant
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NJ Bill Would Toughen Penalties Against “Wet” Drug Dealers [AUDIO]

New Jersey legislators in the fifth district have announced a bill in the works to increase penalties for those dealers caught selling "wet" - a drug most commonly created by lacing marijuana with PCP.

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Flickr User Alan Cleaver
Flickr User Alan Cleaver
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Atlantic City Man Murdered While Riding Bike

An Atlantic City man, 59-year old Jose Ortiz, became the city's 14th homicide victim after getting caught in a gunfight between individuals Thursday afternoon.

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Synthetic Drugs, K2 and Spice
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NJ Ban On Bath Salts, Synthetic Marijuana Yields Results [AUDIO]

Abuse of so-called designer drugs, synthetic marijuana and bath salts has taken a big drop following a statewide ban in New Jersey.

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William T. Muzzio, Jr. (courtesy NJ Attorney General's Office)
William T. Muzzio, Jr. (courtesy NJ Attorney General's Office)
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Woodbridge Contractor Charged With Asbestos Violations

A Woodbridge businessman stands accused of releasing asbestos dust and debris at nearly a dozen renovation sites in four counties - including a Union County daycare center - and performing unlicensed asbestos abatement in five more counties in New Jersey, including Ocean and Monmouth

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File Photo (Townsquare Media)
File Photo (Townsquare Media)
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Child Pornography Lands Holmdel Man Six Years in Prison

The Holmdel 59-year-old caught up in 2007's statewide Operation Silent Shield Internet child pornography sweep heads to a New Jersey state prison for six years.

John Dziegel was sentenced today in Freehold

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Peter Dazeley, Getty Images
Peter Dazeley, Getty Images
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Bayville Man Faces 15 to 30 Years For Kiddie Porn

A Bayville 26-year-old can expect to spend at least 15 years in prison when he's sentenced for producing and distributing child pornography through the Internet.

Dwayne Tucker pleaded guilty today in a Trenton federal courtroom

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Lee Gottesman
Lee Gottesman (Law Office Of Lee Gottesman)
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Toms River Lawyer Charged With Tax Evasion

A Toms River attorney appears in a Newark federal courtr0om this afternoon, charged with evading IRS payments and skipping payroll tax payments for his employees.

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