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(Politico)   "69 problems on the bench for New Jersey courts." Are we not doing phrasing anymore?   ( divider line
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1062 clicks; posted to Politics » on 09 Feb 2023 at 3:10 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2023-02-09 3:20:15 AM  
Chief Justice Stu Rabner's got 69 problems and getting people unhitched is one.

People in NJ are either really bad or really good at 69.
2023-02-09 3:25:34 AM  
Where I live, judicial appointments are not made through the Parliament, the appointments are made by the government of the day by the Attorney-General. If the courts get overworked (as does happen from time to time) then that reflects badly on the A-G and the government of the day. The idea that opposition politicians could hold up judicial appointments in a Senate or upper house environment for dumbarse political reasons is hideous.

We have some judges who are relatively conservative and some who are relatively progressive but we don't have the lunacy we're seeing out of US courts (particularly SCOTUS) because there is a lot less politics in the judiciary here. We don't have governments stacking courts with the expectation that their bidding will be done.

Electing sherrifs, prosecutors and judges and sending judicial appointments through Senates does not seem to be working well for the US, I can't recall reading many articles which contradict that.
2023-02-09 3:48:40 AM  
On the bench? That sounds uncomfortable.
2023-02-09 3:56:24 AM  
But a biatch ain't one?
2023-02-09 6:44:01 AM  
Tell me you haven't been arraigned in front of a hot judge and wondered what was under those robes.
2023-02-09 6:53:44 AM  

Teddy Brosevelt: But a biatch ain't one?

I know right?!  So came for this...thanks Bro!
2023-02-09 8:21:42 AM  
Well, this finally explains why it took almost a year for my motion to reopen my child support case. I filed in Jan 2022 and didn't have the proper hearing until Dec 2022.

By the time December rolled around, my ex had increased his arrears balance by $2000.

Luckily for me not only did I win my motion, but the judge also included the over $11k in arrears, as well as ordering the continuation of child support for my son for life. My son is an adult with autism and had been granted child support past the age of 23 in 2017, but no former court order granted my son monetary support for life.

And once again I want to thank whoever the Pol tab farker it was that suggested I check to see if the child support guidelines laws had changed. That one very simple statement directly led to my winning. If you're reading this Mr. or Ms. Farker(ette), please make yourself known. I'd love to thank you directly ❤
2023-02-09 8:46:20 AM  
Given that judges are normally old, grey men this is less giggity and more lemon party.
2023-02-09 10:13:35 AM  
Is anyone else tired of the "are we not doing phrasing?" headline submissions?
2023-02-09 10:31:44 AM  
The 'phrasing' joke wasn't funny the first 700 times you had to repeat it. Watch a different TV show, couch sloth.
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