Robert Correale

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This is a copy of Robert Correale's webpage bio on the Maynard & Truland website.  Since he is no longer an attorney at Maynard & Truland, this page is not on their website.  In fact, Maynard & Truland is no longer an active law firm.  The partners went their separate ways.

Please note how this webpage below lists Robert D. Correale as the Vice-Chairman of New Jersey's Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics District X committee.  The page also lists him as Assistant New Jersey Somerset County Prosecutor and Jefferson Twp. Prosecutor.  All three positions carry a great deal of power and influence around the State of New Jersey.   (If Robert Correale himself, was found guilty of Attorney Ethics violations and/or legal malpractice all or some of the cases that he sat over in those three positions might have to be reviewed and retried.)



For PTSD veteran John "Jack" Cunningham trying to get return communications from New Jersey Supreme Court was an impossible task, his State Senator Steven Oroho was also facing this stonewall on details about Robert D. Correale.  Below is New Jersey Senator Oroho letter to get information about Robert D. Correale, where the senator had to cc the entire New Jersey Supreme Court.  (They were hiding something...)

If New Jersey State Senator Oroho had problems getting information from this gang of legal experts, a PTSD veteran was probably laughed at.  But this is how New Jersey does it legal work. 


Please note the point, where Senator Oroho mentions that his office was waiting for details about Robert D. Correale for months, but Robert Correale contacted his office within days.  Strange, but Supreme Court Official Robert Correale was never cc:ed in any of the letters. 


Please note that the above letter states that Robert D. Correale was a regular member of the NJ Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics District X committee.  Why this disagrees with the above Maynard & Truland webpage is unknown.  The webpage lists Robert D. Correale as Attorney Ethics District X Vice-Chairman.
Jack Cunningham was told that the webpage could not be used as evidence, since the right portion of the webpage is missing. 

Also, please note that the above letter states that Robert Correale resigned his Supreme Court position on May 19, 2003.  This resignation was only a few days after Jack Cunningham accused Robert Correale of committing perjury in his sworn Certifications to NJ Supreme Court.

Jack Cunningham's case is interesting, I have run into certain things in NJ courts myself…

Statute of limitations issue is bogus… fraud has no limitation in federal court, and Statute of limitations runs from the time the fraud is found… It is an act to deceive, an act of fraud, an act to manipulate due process, - sanctions should be implemented – One of many cases spell this out… Referring both to the objective and subjective elements, we have held that qualified immunity would be defeated if an official "knew or reasonably should have known that the action he took within his sphere of official responsibility would violate the constitutional rights of the [plaintiff], or if he took the action with the malicious intention to cause a deprivation of constitutional rights or other injury." Harlow et al v. Fitzgerald, 457 U.S. 800; 102 S. Ct. 2727; 73 L. Ed. 2d 396; (1982). (Emphasis added)

File a civil suit in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (federal court) - file this Civil Complaint under U.S.C. 28 §1331, federal question, civil actions arising under the Constitution, under U.S.C. 42 §1983, a civil action for deprivation of rights, and U.S.C. 42 §1985 a civil action for Conspiracy to interfere with civil rights against all Defendant’s you can list (growing list below)… you can do it pro se and file an application to proceed indigent… all documents are on the District of New Jersey (federal court)’s web site…  

State courts have concurring jurisdiction over this type of civil suit, it can be filed in state court BUT Federal Courts are more easygoing with Pro Se writings, minor errors in format and rules etc… And if a state attorney represented anyone, the challenge here would be if he was authorized to do so… i.e. an application filed for their service, defendant within the scope of employment… etc… if not.. it was fraud…

Check out the principles of the Noerr-Pennington Doctrine… first Amendment Rights… you may have further elements to build your case…

Void Judgments, move to vacate previous judgments for harmful errors, constitutional violations, fraud… etc… all forms and docs you need are on the court web sites.


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A proud, decorated, combat veteran is asking federal court in Newark, NJ for 'reasonable court accommodations' for his PTSD disability, so that his evidence-laden case against the State of New Jersey does not get thrown out due to a formatting technicality. 



How John Cunningham's Civil Legal Malpractice Case against New Jersey Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics official Robert Correale ended up.

A Superior Court transcript went strangely missing...  And then the case was bounced out in the New Jersey Appellate Division for 'lack of merit.'


Superior Court Appellate Division:  How easy it is to bush aside a PTSD veteran's brief. 
PTSD Disabled Veteran John Cunningham's first attempt at a brief was already rejected.



In an earlier Superior Court case on this, Judge Ronald Graves determined that John Cunningham's charges of Legal Malpractice against Robert Correale, Joe Truland and the Maynard & Truland law firm warranted the Superior Court Law Division for damages.   However, Judge Ronald Graves decision could not be typed into a Court Transcript because that part of the court's audio went strangely missing.  In an attempt to bring Justice, John Cunningham had to bring his Legal Malpractice charges on up to the New Jersey Appellate Division.

Although John Cunningham's both attempts at a brief mentioned Superior Court Judge Ronald Graves missing court transcript, Cunningham's Appellate Division case was rejected for 'Lack of Merit.'