A Seaside Heights contractor could spend five-years in prison if convicted on charges of theft and money laundering for deceiving people to do work following Sandy.

Including 64-hundred right now, New Jersey's drug court program has handled more than 24-thousand criminals since 2002. The latest numbers from the state suggest some solid success for the program, which pushes rehabilitation over incarceration.

Does bail reform help or hurt more people, particularly drug offenders? On Day Four of our series about Jail Life at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Sheriff Shaun Golden explains how bail reform has thrown a wrench in the rehab process.

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