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Daniel’s Law was enacted in response to the tragic death of Daniel Anderl, the son of Judge Esther Salas and Mark Anderl. The law prohibits disclosure of the residential addresses of certain persons covered by the law (“Covered Persons”) on websites controlled by state, county, and local government agencies. The community of Covered Persons includes former, active, and retired judicial officers, prosecutors, and members of law enforcement and their immediate family members residing in the same household.

With respect to Internet postings other than those on New Jersey state, county, and municipal government websites, an authorized person, as defined by law, seeking to prohibit the disclosure of the home address or unpublished home telephone number of any covered person shall provide written notice to the entity or person advising that they are an authorized person and that they are requesting that the entity or person cease the disclosure of the information and remove the protected information from the Internet or where it is otherwise made available. See, N.J.S.A. 2C:20-31.1(c) and N.J.S.A. 56:8-166.1(a)(2).

Judge Esther Salas: the Voice of Daniel’s Law

NEED MORE INFORMATION?

Contact us at:
Office of Information Privacy
NJ Dept of Community Affairs
nj.gov/dca/oip
OIP@dca.nj.gov
609-815-3939

AM I A COVERED PERSON?

A Covered Person is an active, inactive or retired, state or federal, judge, prosecutor or member of prosecutor or member of law enforcement.

AM I A REDACTOR?

A redactor is a person who has been appointed by a State, county or municipal agency to remove residence Information from its website.

DISCLAIMER

Please be advised that the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and its Office of Information Privacy (OIP) cannot provide legal advice and recommend that a person or entity seeking same consult with an attorney.

The information presented on this site is only general in nature and is not intended to be, nor should it be construed as, legal advice. No user of this site should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information contained on this site without contacting an attorney for legal advice. The DCA and OIP expressly disclaim all liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based on the contents of this site.