Tag: prison

Born male, ‘transgender woman’ transferred to N.J. women’s prison after filing suit

TRENTON, N.J. – Transgenderism’s next frontier may be New Jersey’s penal system. The plaintiff at issue – identified only under the pseudonym “Sonia Doe” in a filed lawsuit spearheaded by the N.J. ACLU and Robyn Gigl of Gluck Walrath LLP Read More

Booker’s latest bill could free thousands of violent criminals

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Criminal justice reform generally finds bipartisan support in the halls of power as of late. Cory Booker’s latest proposal is likely to prove a much tougher sell. – The Democrat presidential hopeful’s newly-unveiled ‘Matthew Charles and William Read More

Monmouth Sheriff Golden Responds to AG’s ICE Letter

By Art Gallagher _ Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden took a respectful tone in his response to the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office strongly worded rebuke of his extending the County’s 287 (g) agreement with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Read More

BIG HOUSE VOTING BOXES? N.J. Democrats Demand Voting Rights For Incarcerated Pedophiles, Murderers

By The Staff _ On the same day that New Jersey Democrat legislators killed a legislative amendment to stiffen voter fraud penalties, lawmakers began a new push to afford voting rights to approximately 100,000 New Jerseyans who are either imprisoned Read More

POLL: Bridgegate ‘Mastermind’ Wildstein is likely to avoid jail time. Is that fair? Or a farce?

David Wildstein will finally be sentenced today, Save Jerseyans, but the admitted “mastermind” of the Bridgegate scandal is unlikely to see the inside of a jail cell. “Put simply, were it not for Wildstein’s decision to cooperate and disclose the Read More