Ensuring 9 million residents are staying home in the nation’s most densely populated state during a global pandemic is a daunting task by all accounts.
So New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said he’s enlisted some help. His office has created what he calls a vast network of prosecutors throughout New Jersey to enforce executive orders by Gov. Phil Murphy that began March 9 when the governor declared a state of emergency due to the new coronavirus pandemic.
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