Tag: domestic violence

N.J. public employees convicted of domestic violence don’t forfeit their pensions

TRENTON, N.J. – It may seem like a small issue in light of the New Jersey pension system’s massive problems, but one legislator finds it galling that a public employee convicted of domestic violence does not automatically forfeit his or Read More

Video sheds new light on former Democrat Assemblyman’s simple assault arrest

CAMDEN, N.J. — Arthur Barclay, a state assemblyman until last month, resigned from the New Jersey legislature after an alleged June 7th simple assault related to a domestic violence incident. On Wednesday, released body cam footage — published by  TAPinto Camden Read More

N.J. Legislature Reaffirms Domestic Violence Victims’ Right to be Defenseless

Want to kill yourself? Or off your offspring? No worries. The “progressive” N.J. Legislature is on your side. But what if you’re a victim of domestic violence? Who recognizes that restraining orders are paper and the police can’t protect you 24/7? Read More

OROHO: Let Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Witnesses Testify Remotely

Domestic violence affects millions of Americans every year and yet only a little more than half of all cases are reported to the authorities. The statistics for survivors of sexual abuse are just as heartbreaking. Only 344 out of every 1,000 Read More

Christie vetoes Democracy Act, A.C. PILOT program, gun control bill

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie acted on a host of bills on Monday, Save Jerseyans, notably by issuing a veto of the so-called Democracy Act designed to help Democrats buy more elections and a conditional veto of Read More

UPDATE: Christie moves to expedite gun permits for DV, violent crime victims

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here’s a launch eve nugget for ya’ll, Save Jerseyans, all despite his earlier protestation that the legislature tied his hands: On Monday night, Governor Chris Christie directed the New Jersey Attorney General to file Read More