N.J. Senate Confirms Robert Hanna As Superior Court Judge
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January 13, 2014

Via NJ.com:

As Gov. Chris Christie’s choice for state Supreme Court judge, Robert Hanna waited a year for a confirmation hearing that never came. Senate Democrats blocked his selection and another Christie nominee to fill a different seat on the high court, fearing they would cause partisan imbalance.

Tonight, the state Senate confirmed Hanna as a state Superior Court judge, just 10 days after Christie nominated him to that post. He and six other Superior Court nominees were confirmed as a block, 25-7. Judges usually serve in the county of their residence — Morris in Hanna’s case — although that will be...

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