Appellate Court rules prosecutor’s office must reimburse fees in two related OPRA cases

An appellate court has ruled that the Middlesex Prosecutor’s Office must reimburse legal costs in an OPRA case concerning the fatal shooting of an Old Bridge man in 2015.. This follows a similar ruling in favor of two news outlets Continue Reading →

NJ Supreme Court hears argument Re access to police dashcam video

The New Jersey Supreme Court heard arguments on 2/27/2018 concerning public access to police dashcam video in the case Paff v. Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office. The New Jersey Law Journal article below provides a nice summary of the arguments presented Continue Reading →

NJ Attorney General proposes making deadly force videos accessible

A new policy proposed on 2/26/2018 by the New Jersey Attorney General (AG) will make deadly force videos publicly available. The announcement came the day before the New Jersey Supreme Court heard arguments in Paff v. Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, Continue Reading →

Mansfield Twp (Warren Co) adopts restrictive video-recording ordinance

UPDATE (5/10/2018): At its May 9, 2018 meeting, the Mansfield Twp. Committee adopted Ordinance 2018-02 by a vote of 4 to 1. Committeeman Michael Misertino voted against following his unsuccessful motion to make changes. UPDATE (4/30/2018): The second reading and public Continue Reading →