The public must be allowed to review the interpretive statements for local ballot questions, says Appellate Court

A New Jersey Appellate Court ruled on July 9, 2018 that a local governing body must approve at a public meeting the interpretive statement for any public question on the local ballot, such that the public will be afforded an Continue Reading →

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 →