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McKeon, Lagana & Spencer Bill to Establish Crime-Fraud Exception to Marital Privilege Gains Final Legislative ApprovalLegislation Assembly Democrats John McKeon, Joseph Lagana and L. Grace Spencer sponsored to establish a crime-fraud exception to marital and civil union partnership privileges recently received final legislative approval and now heads to the governor's desk.
"This proposed change would strike an appropriate balance between marital and civil union privacy and the public's interest in attaining justice," said McKeon (D-Essex/Morris). "It's a common sense change that continues to respect marital privileges while also keeping the need for justice in mind."
Vainieri Huttle, Mosquera, McKeon, Benson & Sumter ‘Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act of 2015’ Heads to Governor’s DeskLegislation Would Permit Victims without Ties to Offenders to Seek Protective Orders
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Gabriela Mosquera, John McKeon, Daniel Benson and Shavonda Sumter to allow more victims of sexual assault to seek protective orders against their perpetrators recently received final legislative approval from the General Assembly.
"Simply seeing an abuser - whether he or she is a new acquaintance or an old friend - forces many sexual assault survivors to relive the trauma of having been violated, and current law says they have no option but to suffer in silence," said Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen)…
McKeon, Mainor, Jasey, Wimberly & Sumter Bill to Emphasize Traffic Safety to Young Drivers Heads to Gov's Desk
Measure to Be Named "Nikhil's Law" After 11-Year-Old Killed by Driver Who Ran Stop SignLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats John McKeon, Charles Mainor, Mila Jasey, Benjie Wimberly and Shavonda Sumter to emphasize to new drivers the importance of following the state's motor vehicle traffic laws received final legislative approval Monday and now heads to the governor's desk.
"This is a simple step we can take to emphasize to our young people that driving comes with responsibility," said McKeon (D-Essex/Morris). "The more we can highlight that point, hopefully the more our young drivers will put safety first."