The Department of Justice reports that 83 percent of those enslaved due to human trafficking are American citizens.
A new Supreme Court ruling means New Jersey judges will have to take new factors into consideration.
According to the FDA, dentists are the fifth most frequent prescribers of opioid pain relievers.
New bail reform laws to keep poor defendants out of jail are already starting to impact the bail bond industry.
A high school student went to the State House in support of Charlie's Law, named after his service dog.
The Highway Administration says filling in the space between a double yellow line does not comply with regulations.
Judge Bonnie Mizdol will decide whether or not Brennan's criminal complaint alleging official misconduct by Gov. Chris Christie in the 2013 Bridgegate lane closures gets tossed.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talked with Assembly Majority Leader Jon Bramnick and Sen. Ray Lesniak about Gov. Christie's State of the State speech.
The impetus is the bail reform law that took effect Jan. 1 in New Jersey.
An agency believes excessive speed, technology distractions and more are likely causes of the 8 percent increase.
In Essex County, pretrial detention hearings were supposed to begin at 9 a.m. Instead, proceedings began at 3 p.m.
Three opponents of criminal justice reform legislation are no longer on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
For more serious crimes the defendant goes to jail with a court hearing within 48 hours.
About 15 families have escaped the Syrian civil war to settle in Paterson, which has a large Arabic community.
New Jerseyans have a lot to keep their eyes on politically in the coming years.