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Confession in NJ political murder-for-hire gives family hope for answers to parents' death
- Sons of former NJ transportation commissioner John Sheridan see similarities in a recent murder-for-hire confession and their parents' deaths in 2014.
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Ciattarelli campaign denies fraud but says recount possible
New Jersey Republican Jack Ciattarelli’s campaign denied Monday that there was fraud in this year's governor's election but his campaign's attorney said the margin could shrink enough to warrant a recount. The statement from Ciattarelli's campaign comes after the Associated Press declared Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy the winner last week. Murphy's lead has grown from less than a percentage point last week to about 2.6 points on Monday, as votes continue to be counted.Thanks for your feedback!
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Medical examiner overturns suicide ruling of hospital leader
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The medical examiner on Friday overturned a ruling that a hospital president found dead along with his wife killed himself, the first step in their children's quest to prove that their parents were slain by someone other than their father.Thanks for your feedback!
Former New Jersey governors demand new probe into couple's deaths
Three former governors of New Jersey are demanding that the state reopen a criminal investigation into the deaths of a hospital chief executive and his wife, which were ruled murder-suicide. John Sheridan Jr., 72, the CEO of Cooper University Health System, and his wife, Joyce, 69, were found on Sept. 28, 2014, when firefighters responded to a house fire in Montgomery Township, New Jersey.Thanks for your feedback!
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You know those hilariously bad real estate listing photos that make a home look more unattractive than it is? Follow these basic rules from professionals to up your real estate photography game. Your cellphone camera won't cut it.Thanks for your feedback!
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Hospital CEO's Relatives Cite Flaws in Murder-Suicide Ruling
John Sheridan's relatives believe a killer is on the loose. An uneasy quiet settled over the ensuing investigation – quiet that ended March 27, when Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey Soriano issued a statement labeling the deaths a murder-suicide. “The evidence in this case supports the conclusion that John Sheridan fatally stabbed Joyce Sheridan, set the fire, and committed suicide,” Soriano said in the statement. The Sheridans’ four sons and close family members knew what to expect from tThanks for your feedback!
Christie Campaign Can Use Funds to Pay Bridge Legal Bills
Governor Chris Christie ’s campaign won approval from New Jersey election regulators to use donations to cover the organization’s legal costs stemming from investigations of intentional traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge. The campaign has been subpoenaed by both the state Assembly and federal prosecutors, and yesterday’s action by the Election Law Enforcement Commission in Trenton will allow it to gather and deliver documents for about 40 employees, according to Mark Sheridan, a NewarkThanks for your feedback!
Christie Campaign Seeking to Raise Funds for Legal Bills
Governor Chris Christie ’s political campaign is seeking permission from New Jersey elections regulators to raise money for legal costs stemming from investigations of his administration’s ties to intentional traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge. Chris Christie For Governor Inc. “will find itself without the means necessary” to respond to subpoenas issued by a legislative committee and the U.S. Attorney’s Office, according to a Jan. 31 letter from Mark Sheridan, a Newark attorney for theThanks for your feedback!
Christie Election Campaign Seeks Ruling on Subpoena Costs
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s re-election campaign asked a state board to rule whether it can use election funds to cover the cost of responding to subpoenas seeking documents over lane closures ...Thanks for your feedback!
Christie Campaign, Republicans Get Subpoena Over Bridge
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ’s re-election campaign and the state Republican Committee received a U.S. subpoena seeking documents related to the September lane closings at the George Washington Bridge, a lawyer said. The grand jury subpoena, issued Jan. 17, came in an investigation by U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, lawyer Mark Sheridan, who represents the Christie for Governor campaign and the state GOP committee, said today in an interview. “The campaign and the state party intend to cooperThanks for your feedback!
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Feds subpoena NJ Gov. Christie's campaign, GOP
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Federal prosecutors have escalated their criminal investigation into allegations that Gov. Chris Christie's aides created traffic jams as political payback, subpoenaing his re-election campaign and the state Republican leadership.Thanks for your feedback!