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Author Archives: David Jay Glassman

Newton Man Faces Money Laundering Charges After Email Scheme Is Uncovered

A Newton small business owner could be facing jail time for laundering more than $75,000 in proceeds from an email scam he allegedly ran in 2017 and 2018. Robert J. Herburger, 60, is charged with having sent fraudulent emails to employees at multiple businesses seeking money for an apparently legitimate reason. Herburger then took the… Read More »

South Jersey Pharmaceutical Sales Rep Pleads Guilty to Fraud and Money Laundering Charges

A sales executive for a New Jersey pharmaceutical sales company has admitted to charges that he masterminded a years-long prescription drug fraud and money laundering operation that caused health benefits programs and insurers to lose more than $50 million. William Hickman, a Northfield resident, pleaded guilty to two federal criminal counts, which, combined, could trigger… Read More »

What are Considered Essential Businesses Under States’ COVID-19 Rules?

During the coronavirus pandemic, previously bustling locations from malls to urban downtowns have gone eerily quiet. But your local pizza place might still be open, along with restaurants that can survive on takeout and delivery orders and, of course, grocery stores. After all, keeping people fed during an epidemic is critical, and food delivery and… Read More »

How Can Someone Be Punished if They Violate a COVID-19 Stay at Home Order?

Across the country, stay-at-home orders have strained law enforcement and tested how far states and municipalities are willing to go to enforce the orders. These directives have triggered controversy and confusion, as standards sometimes differ from town to town or county to county. In certain instances, people who have violated government edicts designed to reduce… Read More »

What Happens if You Host a Gathering While in Quarantine?

Along with the serious health risks associated with coronavirus, Americans are burdened by quarantine orders and similar directives that forbid them from seeing their loved ones, even for major events such as holidays and birthdays. It can be tempting to try to break the rules, especially for people who believe that they don’t fall into… Read More »

Trump Administration Directs ICE Crackdown in Sanctuary Cities, Potentially Targeting Newark

The New York Times has reported a plan by the Trump administration to relocate a specially trained tactical unit of U.S. border patrol agents to boost enforcement efforts by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in sanctuary cities across the country. Though the administration did not provide specific details about when new crackdowns will occur… Read More »

What Happens After a Second New Jersey DUI Arrest?

The penalties for a second conviction of driving under the influence (DUI) in New Jersey are outlined in detail under New Jersey Title 39, section 39:4-50(iii)(2). The statute specifies the length of imprisonment, various fines and administrative penalties, and how far back the court goes in considering the defendant’s driving history. In New Jersey, the… Read More »

New Jersey’s Most Violent Cities and Towns

A violent crime can occur anywhere, but 2016 statistics show that some New Jersey locations have a much higher incidence of homicides, rapes, robberies and aggravated assaults than other regions in the state. In each region, there are places where the number of serious offenses per 1,000 residents far exceeds the state average. Radio station… Read More »

The Garden State Fights the Opioid Epidemic

After many years of increases in opiate abuse throughout the country, New Jersey is finally taking meaningful steps to fight this epidemic. Drug overdose deaths in the state have risen nearly 400 percent over the past two decades, with more than 2,000 fatalities in 2016 alone. In 2017, Governor Chris Christie announced the establishment of… Read More »

Might 20,000 New Jersey DWI Cases Be Thrown Out?

More than 20,000 New Jersey motorists charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) recently received a surprising letter from the office prosecuting their cases. Current and former defendants in Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset and Union counties have been told that doubts now exist regarding the reliability of the breath tests used against them. The problem arises… Read More »