Skip to comments.Farber Misses Hearing, May Face Contempt
Posted on 10/01/2006 7:29:46 PM PDT by kylaka
A municipal prosecutor may ask a judge to cite former Attorney General Zulima Farber for contempt of court after she failed to appear yesterday as a witness in a traffic case against her boyfriend, Hamlet Goore. The case stems from the now- infamous Memorial Day weekend traffic stop in Bergen County in which Farber went to the aid of Goore after he was ticketed for driving on a suspended license. The incident ultimately led to Farber's resignation last month when a special prosecutor found she had violated state ethics rules by going to the scene. At the time of her resignation, Farber said she planned to take a vacation and put the whole thing behind her. That vacation took her to Mexico -- where she and Goore were yesterday when they were scheduled to be in court.
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Living in this state...sometimes I want to just puke.
Direct link to the article - http://www.nj.com/search/index.ssf?/base/news-4/1159590191111350.xml?starledger?nnj&coll=1
When you are a democrat, in NJ especially, the laws and the courts mean absolutely nothing!
Can't imagine why Farber was supoenaed in the first place - she wasn't at the scene originally (according to this article), and would have nothing to add as evidence in a driving while license suspended case.
Probably a carter or clinton apointee.
These people judge us?
No. A Florio, McGreevey, Corzine appointee. Thankfully, some judges and political hacks never make it as far as a presidential appointment. I think Zulima has reached the limit in her public career, and seems hell bent on trashing her private employment prospects as well. As a former county prosecuter, and former State Attorney General, she probably has a comfortable and secure pension for a couple years worth of work.
They are both really, really sad.
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