NJ Woman Gets Prison for Negligent Death of Child
News reports recently circulated online about the depressing death of a two-year-old child. The child sadly died while sitting in a car seat for several hours as her mother was under the influence of drugs. The mother was criminally charged with manslaughter and later sentenced to 15 years in NJ State Prison. This case stemmed […]read full article
Plainfield Preschool Administrator Allegedly Threatened Kids with Knife
NJ.com recently published a sad article concerning a Plainfield preschool administrator who allegedly brandished a knife and threatened to hurt students for misbehaving. Fortunately, no students were injured in the alleged incident. However, that did not stop law enforcement from intervening. Moreover, it did not keep the Union County Prosecutor’s Office from bringing criminal charges […]read full article
The Child Welfare System in New Jersey: What Happens When DCPP Intervenes?
A recent article discusses 12 instances where children tragically died after the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) began monitoring their families. In the reported cases, the deaths of the children were caused by the parents despite the Division investigating and, later, intervening. The national nonprofit Children’s Rights had previously sued the Division, claiming […]read full article
NJ High School Volleyball Coach Charged with Criminal Sexual Contact and Child Endangerment
A high school volleyball coach from New Jersey was recently arrested and charged due to allegations that he inappropriately touched a 14-year-old girl. According to law enforcement, this case arose in Middlesex County after the man, who is also the coach at a volleyball club in Rahway, took one of the members of his club […]read full article