A New Jersey man recently left a courtroom in an unhappy state of mind having been denied custody of his youngest son earlier this month. Clad in his Nazi uniform with its swastika armband, the 40-year-old father claimed that the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services removed his son and other children because they were named after Nazis.
Many Trenton residents remember hearing about the tragic school bus accident in Chesterfield last year, which resulted in the death of an 11-year-old girl. Five other students suffered serious injuries in the accident that was caused when a dump truck crashed into the side of the school bus, which then spun out and ultimately collided into a pole.
Drug trafficking is among the most serious drug-related charges people can face here in New Jersey. This is, in part, because drug trafficking is often prosecuted at the federal level. Federal drug offenses can lead to significant jail sentences, among other consequences.
A West New York woman has been charged with DWI after being involved in a three car accident in Jersey City last month. After the crash, the accused drunk driver told police that she was stressed out over being evicted. She also said that she had consumed only one beer and reportedly refused to submit to a blood alcohol test.