George gets a Top 100 “Super Lawyer” to come to us for a pleas deal ? Not bad for a creep who never worked a day in his life- leached off his dying wife for 3 years and our family for 23 years and having stole every piece of jewelry and family heirloom he could get his paws on! But now somehow he can afford this top attorney? Or is this a freebee from the tax payer? I think we have a right to know.
I applaud defense attorneys who work their hearts out to save innocent people from the clutches of prosecutors looking to hang a charge on the first poor soul they can find but a pox on the houses of those who get creeps off who don’t deserve it and then are awarded for doing so!
George Hartwig pictured in Dec 2008 with court appointed attorney at his arraignment. Well let’s see who Bergen County tax payers have been paying as our prosecutors. Surely we deserve prosecutors up to the job for the price we pay them, if George is getting a super attorney for free. If not for free – who is paying this guy to get him back on the streets?
Typos below are the product of the Super Lawyers processors.
Neary Named Top 100 “Super Lawyer” for Fifth Straight Year
April 2009 … Brian J. Neary has once again been named as a New Jersey Super Lawyer by the media group Law and Public Policy. For the fifth straight year, Brian J. Neary has been included in the “Top 100” lawyers for all categories in New Jersey. Each year, these results are reported in the April issue of New Jersey Monthly.
The Top 100 includes only seven lawyers who are primarily criminal defense lawyers. The list numbers only nine lawyers in total from Bergen County. Hudson County has even less – only Brian and his good friend, Ralph Lamparello. He is the only “Top 100” lawyer in Bergen and Hudson who is solely in criminal defense. Brian is designated as a “Super Lawyer” in the area of criminal defense.
This newest honor as “Top 100 Super Lawyer” is in addition to his 2009 selection in Best Lawyers in America in white collar criminal defense, non-white collar criminal defense and DWI defense. Brian has been included in Best Lawyers since 1991.
Neary Named to American College of Trial Lawyers
Brian J. Neary has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in America. Mr. Neary became a Fellow at an induction ceremony before an audience of approximately 700 persons during the recent 2008 Spring Meeting of the College in Tucson AZ.
Founded in 1950, the College is composed of the best of the trial bar from the United States and Canada. Fellowship in the College is extended by invitation only and only after careful investigation, to those experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality. Lawyers must have a minimum of fifteen years trial experience before they can be considered for the Fellowship.
Of the 5,675 members, Mr. Neary is one of only 103 lawyers who hail from New Jersey.
Neary Teaching at Rutgers Law School
For spring semester 2009, Brian J. Neary of the Law Offices of Brian J. Neary of Hackensack and Hoboken, NJ, is teaching a course entitled “Criminal Trial Advocacy” at Rutgers Law School in Newark. An adjunct professor for more than 25 years, Neary has been teaching this class to second- and third-year law students since 1987.
Every spring for the last 15 years, Mr. Neary teaches a drunk driving course for new municipal court judges. The course is conducted by the Administrative Office of the Courts.
Mr. Neary has been a member of the the adjunct faculty at St. Peter’s College in Jersey City where he taught a course in criminal justice.
Brian J. Neary Sworn In as Vice President of the Hudson County Bar Association
Brian J. Neary has been elected vice president of the Hudson County Bar Association. Mr. Neary, along with officers and other trustees, was sworn in by the Honorable Maurice Gallipoli, Hudson County assignment judge at the Association’s annual dinner held at the Liberty House, Jersey City on January 15, 2009.
The Hudson County Bar Association, one of the State’s oldest bar associations, includes many members who are regarded as leaders statewide in their respective specialties. Brian’s experience and reputation as a criminal defense lawyer continues that leadership tradition.
Mr. Neary has a career long commitment to bar associations. He is the former president of the statewide Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey, as well as a trustee and officer of ACDL-NJ (his swearing in ceremony and dinner in 1997 also took place in Jersey City, at the historic Jersey Central Railroad station – less than 200 yards from the Liberty House).
Mr. Neary is a life member of several bar associations dedicated to criminal defense, including ACDL-NJ, the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is also a twenty Year member of the Bergen County Bar Association.
Brian J. Neary Earns Double Certification
Brian J. Neary has been certified as a Criminal Trial Attorney by both the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
S. Emile Lisboa, IV, Earns Cetification
The Law Offices of Brian J. Neary proudly annouce that S. Emile Lisboa, IV, has now been certified by the State of New Jersey as a Certified Crminal Trial Atorney
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