Christie Taps 5 Attys For NJ Judgeships

By Jeannie O'Sullivan (June 13, 2017, 7:06 PM EDT) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday nominated five attorneys for judicial posts in the state, including a county prosecutor for the state Superior Court bench and a McCarter & English LLP attorney for an administrative law judgeship.

Pamela D'Arcy of the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office became the latest attorney that Christie has nominated to become a Superior Court judge. A spokesman for the Prosecutor's Office was not immediately available for comment.

Christie on Tuesday also nominated Patricia M. Caliguire of McCarter & English's Newark office and Susan L. Olgiati, chief of staff of the administrative services division of the Office...

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