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    Iowa conservatives attack Christie's record

    Conservative critics are welcoming New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to the early caucus state of Iowa Thursday by attacking his record of signing off on "liberal" justices to the New Jersey Supreme Court.

  • ** FILE ** In this Tuesday, June 24, 2014, file photograph, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie addresses a gathering in Trenton, N.J., after he signed into law a bill that would extend the cap on arbitration awards to New Jersey's police and firefighters. (AP Photo/Mel Evans,file)

    Conservative group hits Christie on judicial picks, ahead of Iowa visit

    A conservative group is welcoming New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to Iowa this week by accusing him of supporting "liberal" judges in the Garden State — as it looks to raise questions about whether conservatives can trust the Republican to ahead of a possible 2016 presidential run.

  • New Jersey's chief justice reported to jury duty

    New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner found himself on the other side of the bench.

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    KNIGHT: ACLU sings harmony with violent lyricist

    In a case of attempted murder headed for the New Jersey Supreme Court, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) wants violent lyrics written by the accused to be protected as "free speech" and barred from the courtroom.

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    New Jersey court agrees to allow same-sex marriages Monday

    New Jersey can begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples on Monday, the state high court ruled Friday, as the justices prepare to hear a case on the constitutionality of the state's law banning same-sex unions.

  • ** FILE ** This photo from Feb. 11, 2009, shows an owner beginning to write a text message on his cellphone in Los Angeles. (Associated Press)

    N.J. high court rules police need warrant to track cellphones

    The New Jersey Supreme Court decided unanimously on Thursday that police can't track suspects by tapping into their cellphone data without first obtaining a warrant — a ruling that some legal experts say will reverberate across the nation.

  • NJ court: No shield law for message board posters

    People who post to online message boards don't have the same protections as mainstream journalists when it comes to keeping their sources secret, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

  • NJ court: No shield law for message boards posters

    People who post to online message boards don't have the same protections as mainstream journalists when it comes to keeping their sources secret, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

  • NJ court says shield law doesn't apply to bloggers

    The New Jersey Supreme Court says people posting opinions online don't have the same protections for sources as mainstream journalists.

  • Fishing on Capitol Hill

    Congress and the White House are on a collision course prompted by something the Founders could not have envisioned in their wildest dreams: e-mails. Those candid electronic communications have permitted lawmakers to press for continued investigation of the Bush administration's dismissal of eight federal prosecutors. Although the firings are old news, the latest congressional demand for information brings fresh conflict between the elected branches that seems headed to the courts for resolution.

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