Yes, by New Jersey State (9% people answered this)
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Yes, Both State and Federal Investigators (68% people answered this)
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Help stop the disgrace. Enough is enough. Vets are forced to patrol Vietnam memorial
Vets to patrol Vietnam memorial
Enough is enough.
With their beloved war memorial under near-constant attack...
1. Jack Cunningham
Legal Triple Dipping Carries Tremendous Influence and Power
In the State of New Jersey, an attorney can simultaneously serve as a practicing law firm attorney, serve as an assistant district attorney and serve as a member or officer of New Jersey's Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics. The influence around the State of New Jersey, one of these attorneys holds, is tremendous. Even the federal government looks the other way…
If one of these influential attorneys is also a friend of the New Jersey Governor: WOW
Robert D. Correale is one of these 'lucky' attorneys.
What happens, if Supreme Court Attorney Ethics official and local D.A. Robert Correale and his law firm, Maynard & Truland bring a former client to court for an open bill?
The Superior Court judge, hearing the case, rules that based on the evidence their open bill case gets thrown out. Their former client has a right to bring a Legal Malpractice case against Robert Correale and his law firm to the Superior Court Law Division for damages.
What happens then: The court transcript goes missing in the courthouse, before it can be typed by the court clerk. (Only in New Jersey).
The State of New Jersey claims nothing can be done for the missing court transcript. (It happens sometimes…)
The federal Department of Justice (DoJ) claims this is a state issue and must be handled by the State of New Jersey. Governor Chris Christie continues to look the other way…
What adds to the twists and turns is the fact that the former client served in combat in the Marines during the Vietnam War and is PTSD disabled. And refuses to give up.
Please call (And have your family and friends call) Governor Chris Christie's office at 609-292-6000 and say, "Jack Cunningham deserves his investigation request against Robert Correale and his former law firm, Maynard & Truland."
Please keep calling, until this disabled veteran gets his investigation.