Judge Weissbard Participates in Hall Institute Panel Discussing Prosecutorial Misconduct

February 13, 2012

On Wednesday, February 22nd at the Seton Hall University School of Law, Harvey Weissbard, former Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division and currently Of Counsel at Genova Burns, will be appearing on a panel discussing “The Dark Side of U.S. Justice” for the Hall Institute of Public Policy Forum on Prosecutorial Misconduct. The Judge will join moderator Paula Franzese, Seton Hall University’s Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law; U.S. Attorney, District Court of New Jersey Paul A. Fishman; Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray, and Defense Attorney and Court TV Analyst Raymond M. Brown, Jr. in a discussion examining what can be done to alleviate the growing number of prosecutorial abuses and misconduct that occur each year in the United States. The event will take place at One Newark Center at 1085 Raymond Blvd. in Newark in Room 272 from 4-6pm. Admission is free, and CLE credits are available. To register click here. Mr. Weissbard served as a Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division for eight years and, prior to that, served as a trial judge in the Criminal Division. Mr. Weissbard has numerous significant published decisions in many different areas of law, including criminal, employment, land use, privacy and torts. He is the co-author with Alan L. Zegas of Gann Law Books treatise 2011 New Jersey Rules of Evidence Annotated.