N.J. Governor Finds Judicial System Unacceptable
- J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles, California April 30, 2002
JAILphoneCardsN.J. Governor FindsJudicial System UnacceptableMcGreevey: Quality of Jersey's high court is diluted
Governor says his first appointee will come from outside inner circle
Saturday, April 27, 2002
BY JOHN P. McALPINAssociated Press New Jersey's Supreme Court has been compromised by political appointees who do not have the intellectual capability or legal skills for the job, Gov. James E. McGreevey said yesterday.
McGreevey said during an interview with the Associated Press that his appointee to the state Supreme Court will not be a political insider or have ties to state government.
"We need to restore the intellectual capital, the integrity, the gravitas of the New Jersey Supreme Court. Unfortunately, these past years under the Whitman administration, it became an avenue for patronage for those within the executive branch," McGreevey said.
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