Judge Accused Of Aiding Fugitive Beau Rips 'Corrupt' Cops

Law360 (February 6, 2018, 11:14 PM EST) -- An attorney for a New Jersey state judge accused of hindering the apprehension of her boyfriend when he was wanted for armed robbery told a state court Tuesday that “corrupt” law enforcement officials refused to speak with defense counsel to conceal how they lied in securing a complaint against her.

In seeking to dismiss the charges against suspended Superior Court Judge Carlia M. Brady, one of her attorneys, Wolodymyr P. Tyshchenko of Caruso Smith Picini, alleged that Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey directed an assistant...
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