New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed Daniel’s Law into effect on Friday, named after the son of Judge Esther Salas, who was killed earlier in 2020.
The law protects the home addresses and telephone numbers of judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers from being disclosed to the public, according to ABC 7.
“This is a renewed commitment to ensure our judiciary, prosecutors, and members of law enforcement who answer the call of justice can do so without fear for their personal safety or that of their loved ones,” Murphy said. “By shielding the home addresses and private contact information for those who serve on the bench