19-Year-Old Charged in Milford Area Kidnapping Case

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A 19-year-old from Dover, who was extradited back to Delaware with the assistance of the Delaware Department of Justice, has been formally charged in connection with a kidnapping case. According to Milford Police, the kidnapping occurred on May 11th. Tajon Cohen is accused of driving the victim around Milford and Dover areas against the person’s…

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DOJ Secures Felony Conviction in First of Several Cases Related to Abuses of the 2022 Delaware Relief Rebate Program 

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An investigation has been ongoing into fraud cases in relation to the 2022 Delaware Relief Rebate Program. That program provided Delaware residents with a one-time $300.00 check and was intended to provide relief to Delaware families for rising costs after the COVID pandemic. The Delaware Department of Justice secured a felony conviction in the first…

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Dover Man Sentenced for 2021 Murder and Attempted Murder

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A Dover man has been sentenced for a brutal assault and murder that happened in 2021. On October 12 32-year-old Ronald Suber of Dover was sentenced to life plus 70 years in prison for Murder 1st Degree, Attempted Murder 1st Degree, two counts of Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony, Tampering with a Witness, and Conspiracy 2nd Degree. The sentencing took place in…

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New Home Improvement Services Contractor Regulations in Delaware Effective Today, November 1st

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Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings’ Consumer Protection Unit promulgated final regulations that establish clear rules of the road for the Home Improvement Services industry in Delaware. The regulations are based on hundreds of complaints received by the Department of Justice, and it requires a number of disclosures and prohibits certain practices regarding home improvement transactions.  Among other requirements, the…

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Seniors in Delaware Warned About Increase in Financial Scam Reports

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In the wake of an uptick in reports of financial exploitation of seniors, Attorney General Kathy Jennings and the Delaware DOJ’s Investor Protection Unit (“IPU”) is cautioning seniors to be vigilant for scams. Kent and Sussex Counties have seen an increase in reports, however it’s unclear whether downstate seniors are being targeted because of their…

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Aaron Goldstein Joins Court of Chancery as Chief Staff Attorney

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Aaron Goldstein has been named as the Delaware Court of Chancery’s first Chief Staff Attorney. Goldstein’s first day with the court was June 20, 2023. Prior to joining the Court of Chancery, Goldstein served in various positions in the Delaware Department of Justice for 19 years. The Court of Chancery joins other state courts in…

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Ground Broken For New Sussex Co. Family Court Courthouse

Ground was broken for the new Sussex County Family Court Courthouse in Georgetown Tuesday, June 28th (photo courtesy of Delaware Judiciary)
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Work is getting underway this fall on a new Sussex County Family Court Courthouse. The facility will be located at Race and Market Streets in Georgetown, across from the County Courthouse. Elected officials, members of the judiciary and local citizens gathered Tuesday morning for a groundbreaking ceremony at the site. “This is a great day…

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Del. AG Kathy Jennings Files To Seek Re-election

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Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings has made it official: she is seeking a second term.Jennings has filed for re-election, according to her campaign Thursday. She is a Democrat.Jennings said in her first term, she and the Justice Department held opioid manufacturers accountable, combatted violent crime, and pushed for new laws to make the system more…

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Delaware DOJ warns residents of coronavirus-related scams

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In light of ongoing developments related to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and its impact on financial markets, the Delaware Department of Justice’s Consumer and Investor Protection Units are reminding consumers and investors in Delaware to beware of con artists seeking to capitalize on fear and uncertainty. “Con artists see opportunity in people’s anxieties,” said…

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Delaware joins multi-state investigation into JUUL vaping

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Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced that Delaware has joined a bipartisan, multistate investigation of JUUL Labs. The 39-state coalition is investigating JUUL’s marketing and sales practices, including targeting of youth. The investigation also concerns claims regarding nicotine content, statements regarding the risks and safety of e-cigarettes, and the effectiveness of e-cigarettes as smoking cessation devices.…

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Delaware DOJ slams Purdue Pharma’s settlement offer

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The Delaware Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a statement slamming Purdue Pharma’s settlement offer, saying it doesn’t come anywhere close to the $10-12 billion that was touted. A majority of states rejected the settlement proposed by Purdue and the Sacklers. We have heard the voices of families across the country calling for justice. The Delaware…

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Delaware DOJ Secures Student Loan Debt Relief for ITT Tech Students

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The Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice has announced over 23,000 dollars in student loan debt relief for students of ITT Tech, a failed for-profit college. Attorney General Kathy Jennings made the announcement on Monday, that would provide relief for 5 former ITT Tech Students from Delaware, as part of a 43-state…

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Dover Man Sentenced For Injuring Two Pedestrians with Car

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The Delaware Department of Justice says 52-year-old William Smith of Dover has pled guilty and been sentenced for an August 2018 incident that injured two female pedestrians in a crosswalk at the intersection of Route 13 and Denneys Road in Dover. Smith pled guilty to two counts of vehicular assault in the first degree and…

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