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A woman injured by a bottle tossed at her by another passenger aboard a New Jersey Transit bus  nearly 4 years ago has been awarded $1.8 million by a jury, according to a report. Anasia Maison, now 24, had to get 22 stitches.

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A worker who voluntarily leaves one job on the promise of a better-paying one doesn't lose unemployment benefits if that second job suddenly doesn't pan out, a New Jersey appeals court has ruled.

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The New Jersey Supreme Court decided State v. Dunbar. This unanimous decision overturned state precedent requiring reasonable suspicion of contraband before police can deploy a canine sniff.

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Gov. Chris Christie has signed legislation recognizing a fiduciary heir's right to obtain control of a decedent's digital assets. “If a custodial party wants to guard their digital assets, they should be able to without regulatory barriers. Digital property such as email accounts, social media accounts and Internet-based currency is just as important as any other asset a person may have,” said the lead sponsor, Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald. “This will help individuals protect digital properties as they would their physical assets.”

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A New Jersey judge has ruled that the family of a woman allegedly resuscitated against her wishes may sue the hospital and its staff for wrongful prolongation of life.

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