NJ judiciary cannot suspend prosecution of judge’s disability pension


By Bill Wichert (Aug 10, 2021, 7:24 p.m. EDT) – A New Jersey state judge on Tuesday rejected the state judiciary’s offer to stay the trial of another then state lawyer that he seeks an appellate review of whether he could hear the allegations that court officials until the State Supreme Court rejected his colleague’s disability pension claim, qualifying his arguments new but incorrect jurisdictional.

Superior Court Judge Douglas H. Hurd dismissed the bench’s motion to stay the action as it continued an attempt to appeal its ruling that it could consider the court judge’s claims. Superior Deborah M. Gross-Quatrone related to her claim, rejecting her argument that the new jurisdiction’s stakes are justified …

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