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Recent articles by Tom:

Man accused of stabbing Dumont mom to death was 'a battered spouse,' attorney says

Jeffrey Daniels – who faces charges of murder, child endangerment and weapons offenses – failed to convince a judge, who ordered him jailed pending a trial. → Read More

Police investigating shooting in Paterson’s 4th Ward

Paterson police are investigating the shooting of a 28-year-old man early Saturday. → Read More

Teen charged in Cresskill homicide jailed indefinitely

Nicolas Coirazza will remain in jail pending trial for allegedly killing a real estate agent from Cresskill. → Read More

Dozens in West Milford protest racial injustice, call for police officer's resignation

Dozens of protesters gathered outside town hall Sunday with signs supporting the Black Lives Matter movement while calling for the firing of Officer James McMahon. → Read More

Victims identified in Saturday Englewood shooting

Douglas Perry of Newark was gunned down in a hail of bullets early Saturday at an Englewood intersection. A second victim remains hospitalized. → Read More

Hawthorne cardiologist's accusers may testify against him in second trial

Despite an acquittal in October, John Strobeck, 73, still faces similar allegations from six other women. → Read More

Driver's addiction could be used as defense to acquit him in fatal Wayne gas station crash

Jason Van De Ree admitted to shooting up with heroin the morning of the February 2019 crash. A father, son and gas station attendant were killed. → Read More

North Jersey 'Bomb Doc' who planned to topple Wall Street Bull dies in prison

Roberto Rivera, 67, was one year into his 25-year prison sentence for stockpiling bomb-making chemicals and assault weapons in his Ridgewood apartment. → Read More

NJ Supreme Court says municipal courts can reopen remotely on Monday

The local courts can resume hearings on individual cases April 27. Full sessions by video or phone will being on May 11 according to a new court order. → Read More

Morris County gas attendant floats petition to end self-service ban in NJ

Alberto Baragan set up an online petition to end self-serve gas. Within days he’s on the cusp of reaching his 1,000 signature goal. → Read More

Jersey Girls don't pump gas? Coronavirus may change that

Gas station owners are pushing for a temporary suspension of the state's 71-year-old ban on customers pumping their own gas, citing public safety. → Read More

Mistrial declared in Passaic murder as coronavirus leaves legal cases in limbo

The outbreak has halted some of North Jersey's most high-profile criminal cases, with jurors unable or unwilling to return to the courtroom in the midst of a pandemic. → Read More

North Jersey burglary case leads to new limits on prosecutors' use of grand juries

The state Supreme Court upheld a guilty plea in the case, but imposed limits on prosecutors' ability to bring the same case to multiple grand juries. → Read More

Passaic vet accused of plot against GWB wants out of jail but won't release records

The Wallington man, who is accused of a plot to attack the George Washington Bridge, is going to stay jailed until completing a psychiatric test. → Read More

Second sexual assault conviction overturned in North Jersey because of 'junk science'

The state’s ruling vacated a seven-year prison sentence for a man identified as R.G, who was convicted of sexually abusing his non-biological grandson. → Read More

Jury deadlocks on decade-old sexual abuse allegation against Upper Saddle River man

Prosecutors say Louis Tantillo assaulted an 11-year-old girl at his Upper Saddle River home more than a decade ago. Jurors did not reach a verdict. → Read More

'Baby-faced killer' Fernando Carrero found guilty for second time

A Newark man on Friday was convicted of murder for a second time in the 2007 shooting of an aspiring police officer at a Lyndhurst home. → Read More

New Milford man who shook 4-month-old sentenced to 5 years in prison

Travis Weber, 29, was arrested in February 2019 after the baby was taken to The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood for reported head injuries. → Read More

13 years after fatal Lyndhurst shooting, murder case heads to jury a second time

Fernando Carrero’s defense attorney argued the shot was fired during a three-way scuffle, as Hall, Carrero and his ex-girlfriend fought for the gun. → Read More

Don't mention retirement around this 97-year-old Bergen County lawyer

In one famous case, Frank Lucianna deployed a favorite tactic, getting down on his knees and begging the jury for an acquittal. It worked. → Read More