It's clear to us that the people of New Jersey and all those who enjoy the shore can be assured it was an intentional act and not a testament to unhealthy waterDentist charged with dumping medical waste Sep 05, 2008
Prison is the right punishment for this shameless attempt to corrupt the election process and use a taxpayer-funded job as a political bribeEx-mayor gets 3 years for bribe attempt Apr 16, 2008
What the federal government is essentially saying is that they trust phone companies with information that they are now arguing are state secrets, but that they don't trust the New Jersey Attorney General's Office with state secretsN.J. takes on feds over phone records Sep 12, 2006
These women were forced to prostitute every single day -- Thanksgiving, Christmas, there were no holidaysN.J. man indicted in sex slavery case Aug 09, 2009
Anne Milgram has been the Attorney General of New Jersey since June 2007.
Milgram had served as First Assistant Attorney General, the second-highest position in the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety, having taken office on February 14, 2006. She served as Acting Attorney General in September 2006 while there was a vacancy after the previous Attorney General stepped down from office and before the Governor's nominee was confirmed and sworn into office.
Milgram grew up in East Brunswick Township, New Jersey.