Shunning of Hoens for Tenure Will Nearly Halve Her Pension

, New Jersey Law Journal


Justice Helen Hoens' failed reappointment to the New Jersey Supreme Court will cost her $66,466 a year in pension benefits.

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  • Mo McCully Winograd

    What is happening to Justice Hoens is an outrage. She has served honorably and with distinction and does not deserve to be treated as a political football by Gov. Christie. I had the privilege of working with Justice Hoens when she served as the Chair of the Essex County Bar Association's Committee on the Rights of Person with Disabilities. She was an outstanding, thoughtful and dedicated leader and has conducted her personal and professional life in a similar manner and to have that dedication tossed aside by political gamesmanship is a disgrace. She does not deserve this.

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