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Christie looking to make N.J. county prosecutor offices more efficient

Christie looking to make N.J. county prosecutor offices more efficient

One idea is making them part of Attorney General's office

Gov. Chris Christie Friday signed an executive order establishing a commission to examine the feasibility of modifying New Jersey's county prosecutor system in an effort to provide greater efficiency at less cost.

One idea the County Prosecutors Study Commission will consider is the possibility of placing county prosecutors within the state Attorney General's Office.

"At a time of limited resources, we must ensure governments at every level function as efficiently and effectively as possible," Christie said. "Through this Study Commission, I am directing Attorney General Paula Dow to conduct a thorough review of the current system governing the county prosecutor's offices and to determine whether efficiencies, cost savings and a more equitable allocation of resources can be achieved."

 

I-76 in N.J. named second most-dangerous highway in U.S.

I-76 in N.J. named second most-dangerous highway in U.S.
BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

You may want to make a note of this.

One of the last things you want to be doing in New Jersey is driving between 9 and 10 o'clock on a rainy Saturday night on Rou...

Prosecutor wants to try Old Bridge teens as adults for murder of Dr. Divyendu Sinha

Prosecutor wants to try Old Bridge teens as adults for murder of Dr. Divyendu Sinha
BY JOE TYRRELL
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Middlesex County authorities want to try the five juveniles charged with the Old Bridge murder of Dr. Divyendu Sinha as adults.

Middlesex Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan a...

Car crash during sex leads to fake carjacking story by woman

Car crash during sex leads to fake carjacking story by woman
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Police say a 23-year-old city woman reported she was carjacked at gunpoint in Camden County, breaking her arm after she was thrown from her vehicle. But authorities say...

New Jerseyans divided on Christie's job performance

New Jerseyans divided on Christie's job performance

Residents say cutting costs is good, but budget hurts many

Even though Gov. Chris Christie has his first budget under and can claim a legislative victory on the state's top issue, New Jerseyans remain ...

Christie proposes capping salaries of N.J. school superintendents

Christie proposes capping salaries of N.J. school superintendents

366 would see paycheck reduced, few would make more than $175,000 a-year

Gov. Chris Christie Thursday unveiled a proposal to cap and control school administrators' salaries, a change, if approved by th...

Fugitive Rufus Majette, wanted for attempted murder, arrested in Woodbury

Fugitive Rufus Majette, wanted for attempted murder, arrested in Woodbury

Gloucester County authorities have arrested a man wanted in connection with a July 3 shooting after a Wisconsin rap contest.

Rufus Majette, 23, was arrested without incident in Woodbury, according to t...

Christie motivating thousands of N.J. teachers to retire

Christie motivating thousands of N.J. teachers to retire
BY JOHN GRAMLICH
STATELINE.ORG

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made a splash at the opening news conference of last weekend's National Governors Association meeting in Boston, when he forcefully crit...

NJ Transit to experiment with quiet cars for commuters

NJ Transit to experiment with quiet cars for commuters

Program is aimed at providing a more relaxing environment

On a day when it rolled out key financial, equipment and personnel decisions, NJ Transit also promised to try to be quieter in the future.

The a...

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