The State of
New Jersey Placed Every Road Block It Could In Order To Stop a Decorated Combat PTSD Veteran From Bringing Some
Justice To Some Corrupt Attorneys.
the State of New Jersey, an attorney can simultaneously serve as a practicing law firm attorney, serve as a local 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 happened, when Supreme Court Attorney
Ethics official and local D.A. Robert Correale and his law firm, Maynard & Truland brought a former client to court for
an open bill? Since Robert Correale was serving on the New Jersey’s Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics,
no New Jersey state attorney was willing to represent the former client without thousands of dollars in retainer fees. The disabled PTSD veteran was forced to represent himself. Robert
D. Correale represented himself and his law firm, Maynard & Truland. The former client supplied evidence of Maynard
& Truland's own contract, their own invoices, court filed letters and court issued documents. The former
client also supplied federal Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) weekly medical records that documented everything
in great detail.
Court judge, who heard the case, ruled that based on the evidence, Maynard & Truland's open bill case got thrown out.
Their former client had a right to bring a Legal Malpractice case against Robert Correale and his law firm to the Superior
Court Law Division for damages.
happened then: The Superior Court transcript went missing in the courthouse, before it could be typed by the court clerk.
(Only in New Jersey) The former client brought the case to the Superior Court Law Division. Again, no New Jersey
state attorney was willing to represent the former client without thousands of dollars in retainer fees.
Again, the disabled PTSD veteran was forced to represent himself. When the earlier Superior Court case transcript could
not be supplied as additional evidence, the Law Division judge threw out the client's case for lack of merit.
The former client did
not want to give up from bringing some justice to those involved. He brought attorney ethics violations against Robert
Correale and his law firm. Since Robert Correale himself sat the local committee of New Jersey's Supreme Court Office
of Attorney Ethics, it would be an all up hill battle.
The State of New Jersey did not want to even charge
one of their own Supreme Court ethics officials with the same violations that he had been judging hundreds of other state
attorneys. It would be a total embarrassment and loss of confidence starting in the state's Supreme Court.
It was about to get ugly... state politicians had to circle their wagons together. This PTSD veteran had to be
stopped. The representation of New Jersey was at stake.
The State of New Jersey claims nothing can be done for the missing court transcript.
(It happens sometimes…)
After months of games, Robert Correale, along with some lawyers from his former
law firm of Maynard & Truland of Morristown, were required to write sworn Certifications to the New Jersey Supreme Court. These
Certifications were filled with perjuries, vague, misleading and contradicting statements and they were backed up by no
supporting evidence. The former client supplied the law firm's own contact, invoices, court-filed letters, court-filed
documents, etc to counter these lawyers' official certifications to the Supreme Court.
whatever reason, within two weeks of being accused of perjury by Jack Cuningham, Robert Correale resigned his Supreme
Court Attorney Ethics position, 15 months before his term was scheduled to expire. The former client was not
notified by the State of New Jersey of Robert Correale's resignation, until 6 years later and was never supplied the reason.
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…