Noted defense attorney Henry Klingeman said the case against Tyler Clementi's ex-roommate is a new look at invasion of privacy laws.
The war over secret surveillance of Muslims by New York Police continues to escalate, pitting Garden State leaders against neighboring Empire State law enforcement officials.
Richard Codey says he gave the NYPD access to the railroads and ferry terminals when he was governor, but did not allow them to spy on Muslims in New Jersey.
At a press conference outside the Robeson Center at Rutgers Newark, representatives from a number of Muslim organizations express outrage and demand answers.
Exclusive Interview: John Ray Wilson, of Somerset County, turned himself in to begin serving a prison sentence for growing marijuana in his backyard.
Jewish community leaders met with law enforcement and elected offcials to discuss security strategies in light of recent anti-Semitic incidents.
Someone had thrown at least one Molotov cocktail through the window of an Orthodox synagogue while a rabbi and his family slept inside.
The fire chief in Asbury Park wants to implement a regional emergency alert system for all fire departments in Monmouth County.
Dr. Ernest Rogers, New Jersey's first forensic veterinarian, helps law enforcement fight against animal cruelty.
The exercise originally scheduled for Sept. 27, 2011 could be postponed until the end of June 2012 due to Hurricane Irene and October snowstorm.
The illegal trafficking of guns online is giving criminals an easy access to deadly weapons and creating more pressure on law enforcement from Newark to Camden.
Individuals who brought in guns ranging from handguns and shotguns to assault rifles were given a $100 gift card to Pathmark.
Officials in North Plainfield are offering them a choice: watch an online video highlighting the dangers of the practice within 15 days or pay a fine.
The Department of Community Affairs held a fire safety event to remind residents to exercise caution when decorating their homes with ornaments, lights and Christmas trees.
The announcement comes as Camden is named the second-most-dangerous city in the country.