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New Jersey Court Issues Memorandum In Response To Child Support Enforcement Appeals, Orders Training For Judges and Probation Workers

New Jersey Court Issues Memorandum In Response To Child Support Enforcement Appeals, Orders Training For Judges and Probation WorkersOn Friday, April 11 attorney David Perry Davis submitted a letter to Supreme Court Justice Barry Albin addressing 'widespread non-compliance' by the NJ Courts of a 2006 NJ Supreme Court decision Pasqua V. Council. Today the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts issued a memorandum addressing the issue.

New Jersey Legislators Sleep-Out To Raise Awareness for Homelessness

New Jersey Legislators Sleep-Out To Raise Awareness for HomelessnessOn Friday, April 11, members of 216th New Jersey Legislature held a "sleep-out" on the State House lawn to raise awareness of homeless youth and support Covenant House New Jersey. Lawmakers spent Friday night sleeping overnight on the lawn of the State House with nothing more than a sleeping bag and cardboard box.

Hackensack Reaches Settlement In Another Zisa Lawsuit

Hackensack Reaches Settlement In Another Zisa Lawsuit Former Police officers Aldrin Lamboy and Anthony Ferraioli, who sued the city in federal court for violations of their civil rights involving a Police Benevolent Association election in June 2008,  are to share $775,000 in a settlement approved by the city’s insurer Selective Insurance.

$1M Award Upheld In Hasbrouck Heights Dad Seeking Daughter's Return From Spain

$1M Award Upheld In Hasbrouck Heights Dad Seeking DaughterThe New Jersey Appellate Division affirmed a 2011 verdict awarding $700,000 in damages for emotional distress to Hasbrouck Heights father, Peter Innes, from the Hackensack husband and wife law firm, Lesnevich & Marzano-Lesnevich, claiming its release of her passport allowed the girl to be kidnapped to Spain by her mother.

Hackensack Firefighters Hosts MDA Day

Hackensack Firefighters Hosts MDA Day On Saturday April 5, 2014 Hackensack Professional Firefighters, Locals 2081 & 3172 in coordination with MDA of New Jersey hosted their 2014 fill the boot kick off campaign. Children and their families who attended got to talk with firefight.ers, were given a tour of the firehouse, got to take home some fire safety items, and a pizza lunch which was provided by IAFF locals 2081 & 3172.

ACLU-NJ Warns Schools Statewide to Stop Discriminatory ID Policies

ACLU-NJ Warns Schools Statewide to Stop Discriminatory ID PoliciesThe ACLU-NJ has identified 136 school districts that require overly restrictive forms of identification for an adult to enroll a child in school, contrary to state and federal law. Bergen County had the highest number of school districts with restrictive ID policies, with 26 not complying.

Bergen County Opens Youth Emergency Shelter At New Juvenile Detention Center

Bergen County Opens Youth Emergency Shelter At  New Juvenile Detention CenterBergen County announced on Wednesday the opening of a county-run emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youth under the age of 18. The Bergen’s Place Youth Shelter, located at 200 North Street in Teterboro is part of the new $28 million Bergen County Juvenile Detention Center.

Troopers And Police Shut Down Two Heroin Mills, Seize Drugs, Guns And Ammunition

Troopers And Police Shut Down Two Heroin Mills, Seize Drugs, Guns And AmmunitionA cooperative investigation headed by the New Jersey State Police led to the dismantling of two homes operating as heroin mills, and the seizure of guns, ammunition, and drugs valued at $116,400. Two traffic stops made on Interstate 80 one in Saddle Brook and another in Hackensack yeilded 165 bricks of heroin and multiple arrests.

For Some In Bergen County Longterm Unemployment May Mean Long Term Jail

For Some In Bergen County Longterm Unemployment May Mean Long Term Jail In Bergen County being unemployed may get you thrown in jail. Bergen County residents who are jobless and have fallen behind on child support or alimony payments face indefinite incarceration in the Bergen County Jail’s “Work Release” program.

Route 46 Crash Nets Driver Careless Driving Summons

The Fairfield Police Department responded to a single car motor vehicle crash on Route 46 West, near Madison Road. Upon arrival, the officers observed a 2002 Mitsubishi on its side against a utility pole.

The Valley Hospital Offers "What is Cord Blood Banking?"

The Valley Hospital’s Center for Family Education is offering a “What is Cord Blood Banking?”  This one-session class will discuss the topic of cord blood banking, which is the collection and storage of the stem cells found in your newborn’s umbilical cord.

Elmwood Park Fire Captian Drunk, Crashes Fire Truck

click for full sizeRussell Fenn, 37, a Captain at the Elmwood Park Fire Department had over twice the legal limit of blood alcohol when he crashed a fire truck returning from a call around 1:15 a.m. Sunday.

Three Injured In Route 46 Hotel Fire In Elmwood Park

click for full sizeThree people were injured in a multi-alarm blaze at the Red Carpet Inn motel on Route 46 Wednesday afternoon.

Bergen County Freeholders: On The Agenda 4.16.2014

On April 16, 2014 the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders will consider resolutions worth a total of $36,252,614.63 of taxpayers money. Here is a list of what is on the table at Wednesday nights meeting.

Pascrell Commemorates Hinchliffe Stadium at National Historic Landmark Ceremony

Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) joined the National Park Service (NPS) and the Paterson Board of Education in hosting the Hinchliffe Stadium National Historic Landmark Ceremony, where the official plaque from the Department of Interior was unveiled in recognition of the prestigious distinction.

Poll: Sandy Recovery Too Slow

Public satisfaction with New Jersey’s Superstorm Sandy recovery effort has dropped below 50% for the first time since the storm hit nearly 18 months ago, according to the latest Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll. Nearly 3-in-4 Garden State residents say that the aid process has been too slow and place the blame more on state management of the process than on federal regulatory requirements.

Bergen Dems Call on Donovan to Cancel Fundraiser with Christie

Bergen County Democratic Chairman Lou Stellato today called on County Executive Kathleen Donovan to cancel a planned May 5 fundraiser with Governor Chris Christie following remarks he made on allowing unlimited campaign contributions to political candidates.

NJ AG Announces $2.2 Million 'TIDE-TAG' Violence Suppression Strategy For Newark

click for full sizeNew Jersey's Acting Attorney General committed $2.2 million in state funds, federal Department of Justice grants and criminal forfeiture funds to support implementation in Essex County of TIDE-TAG, which will deploy more state troopers and other officers starting today to suppress shootings in the most violent neighborhoods of Newark.

Police Seek Help Finding Missing Fort Lee Man

click for full sizeFort Lee Police are asking for the public’s help in finding Hans Jong Lee, a 50-year-old father of two whose car was found abandoned above a Palisades cliff eight days ago.

Prosecutor: Juvenile From Garfield Arrested For Possession and Distribution of Child Pornography

Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the arrest of a 16 year- old juvenile from Garfield on charges of Endangering the Welfare of a Minor, specifically Possession and Distribution of Child Pornography.  The juvenile was arrested on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, without incident.

Christie Gets Starring Role In New Democratic National Committee Ad [Video]

click for full sizeA video titled ‘Law and Disorder’ was released by the Democratic National Committee and features Gov. Chris Christie. The video criticizes Christie and other national GOP officials.

Allendale School District To Receive $350,000 in Grant Funding For School Construction Projects

Officials from the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) and the New Jersey Schools Development Authority (SDA) visited the Allendale School District today to announce the start of execution of grants representing more than $500 million in grant funding for nearly 1,600 projects approved by the DOE.

Hackensack Man Arrested For Inappropriate Sexual Activity with Girl, 14

click for full sizeDarion T. Benbow, 24, of Hackensack, New Jersey was arrested and charged with one count each of Aggravated Sexual Assault, Kidnapping, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Providing Alcohol to a Minor, age 14.

Englewood Cliffs Mother and Daughter Arrested On Money Laundering Charges

click for full sizeAnna S. Lee, age 54 of Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and her daughter, Jennifer H. Lee, age 25 of New York City were arrested on Monday, April 14. According to the  Bergen County Prosecutor Anna LEE laundered the money through her New Jersey Corporation, Donche Consulting Corporation. In addition, her daughter, Jennifer LEE, laundered monies received from the fraudulent loan modification scheme through her personal bank accounts.

South Jersey Man Gets 30 Years For Role In Producing Child Porn

David Clark, a Burlington County, N.J., man was sentenced today to 30 years in prison for his role in producing images of child sexual abuse.
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