AG must fork over $1.3M to former detective who filed whistleblower suit

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The New Jersey Attorney General’s office will have to abide by the terms of a $1.3 million settlement it agreed to in order to end a whistleblower suit from a former detective. The New Jersey Law Journal reported that the office had agreed to pay the amount in January but then tried to set additional requirements…

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