Tag: abuse

CRAZY TOWN: This N.J. legislator wants to give your pet the right to an attorney

TRENTON, N.J. — The Sixth Amendment affords the right to an attorney. To humans. One New Jersey Democrat legislator believes that right should extend to mankind’s furry friends. This week, Assemblywoman Annette Quijano introduced legislation (A-4840) which, if adopted, would permit courts to appoint Read More

The Murphy Administration will investigate N.J.’s Catholic Dioceses

TRENTON, NJ – The Administration of Governor Phil Murphy is preparing to take a deep dive into sexual allegations in New Jersey’s Catholic Dioceses.  On Thursday, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced the formation of a task force “to investigate allegations of Read More

Congressman Smith expresses “real concerns about the FBI” after reviewing FISA memo

U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R, NJ-04) met with House Intelligence Committee staff on Wednesday and walked away with deep concerns, Save Jerseyans, as debate over alleged surveillance abuses intensifies. Smith couldn’t disclose many of the details, but the veteran federal Read More

New Jersey’s Heroin Crisis: In Narcan Helping?

I’ve long been a critic of the sort of, celebratory rhetoric that sometimes surrounds Narcan. Why? Because our society should not even be here. We should not be celebrating that we’ve systemically let an addiction epidemic get so out of Read More

Smith’s International Megan’s Law bill heads to Obama’s desk

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Congressman Chris Smith‘s International Megan’s Law bill is almost law, Save Jerseyans. It passed on Monday as the country focused on Iowa’s caucus results; the bill, eight years in the making, passed Read More

REPORT: Brick council candidate charged with teen-related criminal sexual contact

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Former Brick Township Councilman and current municipal candidate Dan Toth has reportedly been charged with aggravated criminal sexual contact pursuant (N.J.S.A. 2C:14-3) and endangering the welfare of a child (N.J.S.A. 2C: 24-4a). The Read More