Middlesex Judge Suspended After Arrest for Harboring a Fugitive

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Carlia Brady, a recently appointed Superior Court judge, has been suspended indefinitely without pay following her arrest at her Woodbridge home.

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  • steve castleman

    A little compassion please. Yes, harboring a criminal is a crime and she's a judge. But she's also a person.

    Maybe she's just another victim caught in the between-a-rock-and-a-hard place of her duty and her loyalty to a companion who is addicted to painkillers. It's a terrible place to be. Most family members of addicts don't know what to do and are bewildered (and taken advantage of) by the addict's behavior. It helps to understand the science of addiction.

    Addiction is a chronic, progressive brain disease. It's treatable. Perhaps not as successfully as one might like, but on a par with other chronic diseases that require substantial behavioral change, like diabetes and hypertension.

    Unfortunately, many people still don't believe addiction is a disease. That's why science-based education is so important.

    For a not-for-profit website that discusses the science of substance use and abuse in accessible English (how alcohol and drugs work in the brain; how addiction develops; why addiction is a chronic, progressive brain disease; what parts of the brain malfunction as a result of substance abuse; how that malfunction skews decision-making and motivation, resulting in addict behaviors; why some get addicted while others don't; how treatment works; how well treatment works; why relapse is common; what family and friends can do; etc.) please click on www.AddictScience.com.

    Addiction is a chronic, progressive brain disease. It's treatable. Perhaps not as successfully as one might like, but on a par with other chronic diseases that require substantial behavioral change, like diabetes and hypertension.

    Unfortunately, many people still don't believe addiction is a disease. That's why science-based education is so important.

    For a not-for-profit website that discusses the science of substance use and abuse in accessible English (how alcohol and drugs work in the brain; how addiction develops; why addiction is a chronic, progressive brain disease; what parts of the brain malfunction as a result of substance abuse; how that malfunction skews decision-making and motivation, resulting in addict behaviors; why some get addicted while others don't; how treatment works; how well treatment works; why relapse is common; what family and friends can do; etc.) please click on www.AddictScience.com.

  • Outraged

    Outrageous! How do people like this get to such trusted positions in this great country of ours! Harbor a criminal and you are a criminal. Sounds pretty cut and dry to me. She should only be allowed to step foot in a court room again to receive her punishment from a trusted judge in our legal system.

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