Fake credit cards and a bogus driver's license taken from a New York City man suspected of using them to buy electronics in a Holmdel K-mart are admissible as evidence in his case, say appellate judges who reversed a trial-court ruling.
A financial advisor from Jackson faces up to 10 years in prison after admitting that he conned foreclosure-threatened homeowners out of more than a million dollars and sold their properties. His son also faces prison time for his role in it.
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