Now, she should be tried by New Jersey Supreme Court's Office of Attorney
What do you think?
She was appointed to Attorney General by New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine.
The Honorable Governor Corzine won the governorship, because he promised to fight New Jersey State Corruption.
He was warned by many not to appoint her...
The New Jersey State Office that should investigate her next is extremely
corrupt itself. It's a group of corrupt lawyers judging other lawyers. I've been battling them for six years now.
This Attorney General has been involved in a cover-up in that also. More details below.
TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey's attorney general resigned Tuesday after a special
prosecutor concluded she violated state ethics laws by intervening in a traffic stop involving her boyfriend.
Zulima Farber, who will step down at the end of the month, said she was
leaving office "out of respect for the governor" and not because she was asked to do so.
"I admit to being human and making that error. I am truly sorry and apologize
to all New Jerseyans for that mistake," said Farber, who appeared at a Statehouse news conference alongside Gov. Jon S. Corzine.
Farber's live-in boyfriend, lawyer Hamlet Goore, was pulled over by police
in Fairview for a traffic violation in May, and Farber showed up at the scene in her state car. Goore's van was found to be
improperly registered and his license appeared to be suspended, but he was allowed to drive home.
In recent weeks, Farber denied doing anything to influence the police. But
a special prosecutor appointed by the governor said in a report issued Tuesday that Farber violated state ethics laws by "approving
actions which allowed Mr. Goore to drive his vehicle home."
"The attorney general knowingly acted to secure a benefit for Mr. Goore
that was violative of the motor vehicle laws and obviously not available to the general public," Richard J. Williams wrote
in his report.
Corzine met with Farber earlier in the day and asked her to decide whether
to resign. He said he accepted her resignation "with sadness and respect."
"She has decided to do more than would be ordinarily required for a lapse
in judgment," the governor said.
Corzine appointed Farber to the state's top law-enforcement post upon taking
office earlier this year. But in New Jersey, a governor can only remove an attorney general "for cause," a murky standard
in the opinion of some legal experts.
The governor said both he and Farber recognized that the report would impair
Farber's future effectiveness as attorney general.
Farber, appearing confident during her remarks to reporters, said she was
stepping down in the best interests of the state. The criticism of her actions would hurt her leadership ability, she said,
"and the people of New Jersey are more important than that fight."
Motor vehicle records show that Farber, 61, has had at least 12 speeding
tickets, four bench warrants issued for her arrest and three license suspensions.
The report renewed calls for the resignation of the New Jersey's first Hispanic
"She is incapable of leading the fight against official misconduct and abuse
of power because her conduct indicates that she does not even recognize what those things are," said state Republican chairman
Farber was born in Cuba and fled that country with her family while in her
teens. A partner in a law firm, she previously served in the administrations of two New Jersey governors. Among her specialties
is attorney ethics.
IT'S TIME FOR THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY
TO CLEAN HOUSE.
Robert Correale knew that
he was above the law in the State of New Jersey.
Being more interested in preventing damage to its public, professional and national image, the State of
New Jersey openly chooses to violate my civil right to due process.At the center of this storm is the New Jersey Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney Ethics.
Considering the power the Office of Attorney Ethics
wields around the state, simple committee members can easily deflect legal malpractice controversies away from their law firms.My evidence is clear how Vice-Chairman Robert Correale and his law Firm; Maynard
& Truland of Morris and Sussex Counties New Jersey were able to use their tremendous influence and power to their
advantage in both a New Jersey Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics investigation as well as a civil case for Legal Malpractice.
In December 2000, I first started complaining about Maynard & Truland’s ethics problems
to New Jersey’s Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics. I wrote to their District X Ethics Committee that
covers both Morris and SussexCounties of New Jersey. My letter, and the
evidence I attached to it, clearly highlighted the amount of emotional and physical pain I was under due to their ongoing
ethics violations. However, I got no where, since Vice-Chairman Robert Correale was the Vice-Chairman of that same committee.
It turned out that General-Practice attorney Robert
Correale was Vice-Chairman of the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics, when an important Superior Court Transcript went missing
before it could be typed by a court reporter.
Besides openly committing perjury to NJ Supreme
Court, Robert Correale went on to commit a number of ethics violations on his own.False
billing and Overcharging are just two of these ethics violations.
New Jersey Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney
Ethics Vice-Chairman Robert Correale could do this, because he knew that he was above the law in the State of New Jersey and still is…,after almost six years of my fighting for my due process.
The New Jersey Attorney General and the New Jersey Office
of Attorney Ethics continues to protect them.
Also, please place a call in Jack's support to
US Senator Robert Menendez's Newark Office, Ms. Debbie Curto at: (973-645-3192.)
Ms. Debbie Curto has already admitted
to Jack that his evidence is clear that open perjury was committed three years ago by Robert Correale and his Law Firm, Maynard
& Truland to New Jersey's Supreme Court.
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