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Protecting New Jersey in Court

The Attorney General protects the rights of New Jersey’s residents by standing up to corporate polluters, financial fraudsters, discriminatory employers—and when necessary, the federal government.

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Fighting the Opioid Crisis

The opioid crisis cuts across every segment of New Jersey society, without regard to class, race, gender, or profession. The response must be equally far-reaching.

Combatting Gun Violence

Combatting Gun Violence

Over the past decade, nearly 5,000 New Jersey residents have been killed by guns. This is more than a tragedy. It’s also a public health crisis.

Strengthening Police-Community Relations

Strengthening Community Trust

New Jersey is advancing a new model for police-community relations—one built on trust, transparency, and accountability.

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We've said it before, but we'll say it again today: We'll continue to use every tool at our disposal to hold accountable anyone whose misconduct has helped fuel the opioid epidemic in New Jersey. And that includes the Sacklers:

We’re committed to ensuring that companies adopt the cybersecurity measures necessary to protect their consumers’ sensitive information and to prevent identity theft. Today's $17.5M multistate settlement with Home Depot is further proof of our efforts:

#COVID19 is no excuse for discrimination based on your source of lawful income, including government vouchers and subsidies.

To find out more or to file a complaint, visit or call 1-866-405-3050.

Although we can’t be together for our annual convention, I was honored to virtually address all of our state's prosecutors today. Despite the confluence of pandemics and tragedies this year, their efforts to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our communities have never wavered.

.@NJSP has arrested a man on human trafficking charges for allegedly prostituting a 16-year-old girl at a hotel in Trenton. Because these crimes so often happen in the shadows, we urge the public to be vigilant and report suspected human trafficking:

We will hold accountable anyone whose bad conduct has helped fuel the opioid epidemic in New Jersey, whether they pushed drugs from a board room, an exam room, or a street corner.

Today we take another important step to stem the rising tide of hate in NJ. With the launch of our new complaint portal, we’re making it easier for people to report discrimination, harassment, or hate, and seek justice:

If we all share the common goal of combatting discrimination in the workplace, why does @USEEOC want to limit our access to their employment discrimination data? We’re challenging this policy and hope to see the EEOC cooperate with States that are trying to protect their workers.

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Victim Information:

1) How to file a domestic violence restraining order; 2) resources for domestic violence victims; and 3) petitioning the court to dissolve the no contact order for defendants/juveniles released from custody due to public health emergency credits.

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