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May 29, 2015

Lawrence Twp. Swatting Incident Points to Growing Trend

A new phenomenon known as “swatting” has taken New Jersey by storm, as individuals are increasingly making false reports about explosives and other threats to security in schools, shopping malls, and other public places. Swatting is the moniker now used to refer to these incidents, which have compelled authorities in counties across the state to respond

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May 11, 2015

Driver Loses Control of His Vehicle, Collides with Trenton Residence

A driver lost control of his vehicle while traveling through Trenton this weekend, subsequently colliding with a tree before crashing through the side of a home where two residents were relaxing on Sunday morning. According to Trenton Fire Battalion Chief Robert Tharp, a male driver was traveling in the vicinity of Route 1 and Strawberry Street when he

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April 28, 2015

Former Mercer County Prosecutor Accused of Sexual Harassment

A recent lawsuit filed in Mercer County includes serious allegations of sexual harassment against former Mercer County Prosecutor Joseph Bocchini. The claims, made by a woman who once worked for Mr. Bocchini, accuse him of conduct which created a hostile work environment. On Monday, April 27th, a woman who remains unidentified filed a lawsuit in the Mercer

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March 9, 2015

New Jersey’s Winter Weather Leads to Increasing Accidents and Injuries

New Jersey residents have been exposed to severe winter weather conditions this season, and as snow and ice continue to bombard the state, the frequency of accidents involving ice and snow has increased significantly. Whether it be a motor vehicle accident involving a car, truck, or motorcycle, or a slip and fall incident caused be snow or

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March 1, 2015

Pennsylvania Offers Courses to Prevent Motorcycle Accidents

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has announced available courses for motorcycle riders statewide, combining classroom and practical components in order to address safety issues and skill development for a wide variety of riders, from those who have only a motorcycle learner’s permit to the most experienced individuals with motorcycle licenses. The State takes the education

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February 21, 2015

NJ Supreme Court Supports Car Insurer in Two Significant Cases

The New Jersey Supreme Court recently found in favor of New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Co. in two important cases, ruling against plaintiffs who filed lawsuits against the automobile insurance company for compensation under their uninsured motorist policies. These decisions are extremely significant, as they allow auto insurance companies to refuse to compensate policy holders with

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