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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Read NJLRA’s Letter-to-the-Editor in Saturday’s Star-Ledger

Warren Township whistle-blower suit exposes NJ's problematic legal climate

A jury recently awarded a $2.5 million judgment against Warren Township, population 16,000, over its handling of a report the council received about an intoxicated municipal judge on the bench (“The costly consequences of dismissing a whistle-blower,” July 18). With a total budget of $16 million, this is a surcharge residents will feel for years to come if it isn’t overturned on appeal.

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