Senate Approves Reappointments Of Five Judges in Three Counties

, New Jersey Law Journal

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The state Senate unanimously confirms five sitting Superior Court judges for tenure: two from Bergen County and one each from Essex, Middlesex and Union.

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  • Concerned Citizen

    New Jersey should enact new statute which requires Judges to be voted on by the public before they are benched. Political appointments are nothing more that the Good Old Boys putting one of their own on the bench. It would be in the public’s best interest if Judges were voted into office rather than appointed.
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    A concerned citizen who knows firsthand that Political appointments are not in the public’s best interest.

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