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Supreme Court nominees - David Bauman and Bob Hanna
Governor Chris Christie announces his selection of Robert Hanna, President of the Board of Public Utilities, and Judge David Bauman of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County, for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Supreme Court Nominees: Still No Hearings Planned [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie made his next two nominations for the state Supreme Court more than three months ago, but there is still no known plan from the legislature for confirmation hearings.

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NJ Supreme Court Hears “Joking Judge” Appeal

New Jersey's Supreme Court is considering whether a municipal court judge can continue to work as a stand-up comic.

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Steve Sweeney Responds To Governor Christie’s Criticism [AUDIO]

Less than 24 hours after saying he had no response to Governor Chris Christie's harsh criticism of him, State Senate President Steve Sweeney had plenty to say.

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Governor Christie Lashes Out At NJ Senate President [AUDIO]

On December 10th of last year Governor Chris Christie, announced his selection of Bob Hanna, President of the Board of Public Utilities, and Judge David Bauman of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court.

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NJ Courts Offer More Protections For Incapacitated

New Jersey is launching a volunteer program to monitor legal guardians across the state.

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New Trial For Newark School Librarian in Sex Assault Case

The state Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a Newark middle-school librarian who was convicted of sexually assaulting two students in 2002.

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NJ Supreme Court Won’t Hear Student Conduct Case

The New Jersey Supreme Court will not hear arguments in a case where a school district sought to impose around-the-clock code of conducts on students.

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Governor Christie Wants Hearings For His Nominees [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie is expressing frustration and anger because state Senate democrats haven't announced when they'll hold hearings for his two most recent Supreme Court nominees, David Bauman and Robert Hanna.

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Governor Chris Christie announces his selection of Robert Hanna and David Bauman for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie announces his selection of Robert Hanna and David Bauman for nomination to the positions of Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie Compromises On Supreme Court Nominees [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Board of Public Utilities, president Robert Hanna, an Independent and Superior Court judge David Bauman, an Asian-American Republican have been nominated by Governor Chris Christie to fill two vacancies on the New Jersey Supreme Court.

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State Supreme Court Nominees to be Named Soon, Says Chris Christie

The Senate Judiciary Committee rejected Governor Chris Christie's last two choices to fill spots on the State Supreme Court. Prosecutor Phil Kwon and Chatham Mayor Bruce Harris both fell shy of the votes needed to force a vote in the full Upper House. Christie says he’ll soon name his next two nominees.

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