State Grand Jury Indicts Campaign Manager Over Alleged Election Offenses Committed in Attempt to Place Candidate on Ballot in 2021 Gubernatorial Primary

Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability announced today that a political campaign manager from Hunterdon County has been indicted after allegedly attempting to fraudulently place a candidate on the Democratic primary ballot in the 2021 race for New Jersey governor.

State Grand Jury Declines to Criminally Charge Officer Involved in Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Deptford on January 22, 2023

A state grand jury has voted not to file any criminal charges at the conclusion of its deliberations regarding the death of Daniel Nevius, 55, of Sicklerville, New Jersey.

Owner of Essex County School Bus Company Pleads Guilty to Charges Stemming from Company’s Use of Unqualified Drivers and Unsafe Buses to Transport Children

Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability (OPIA) announced today that an Essex County-based school bus company and one of its owners pleaded guilty, after hiring unqualified drivers, failing to perform drug tests and background checks, operating unsafe buses, and attempting to conceal their misconduct.

AG Platkin: Two Defendants Indicted for Issuing Bogus Paterson City Building Permits, Other Records in Exchange for Payments

Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin today announced a state grand jury has voted to indict a Paterson housing and zoning inspector as well as an accomplice, charging them for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to accept money in exchange for illegitimate building permits bearing forged signatures, purported to be issued by the City of Paterson.

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