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New Jersey Supreme Court


The Supreme Court of New Jersey is the highest court in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

The Court is in the state capital of Trenton, New Jersey in the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex.

Chief Justices

  • 1779-1789: David Brearley.
  • 1789-1803: James Kinsey.
  • 1804-1825: Andrew Kirkpatrick
  • 1824-1832: Charles Ewing
  • 1901-1933: William Stryker Gummere
  • 1933-1946: Thomas J. Brogan
  • 1946-1948: Clarence E. Case
  • 1948-1957: Arthur T. Vanderbilt
  • 1957-1973: Joseph Weintraub
  • 1973-1973: Pierre P. Garven
  • 1973-1979: Richard J. Hughes
  • 1979-1996: Robert Wilentz
  • 1996-2006: Deborah T. Poritz
  • 2006-2007: James R. Zazzali
  • 2007 onwards: Stuart Rabner

New Jersey Supreme Court in News

Top New Jersey Attorney Wins in New Jersey Supreme Court
Donald Vanarelli, Esq. is proud to announce victory in the New Jersey Supreme Court. The high court ruled to allow survivor benefits to be designated to a special needs trust for children with disabilities of retired New Jersey Police and Firefighters.

Donald Vanarelli, Esq. Announces December Public Appearances
Donald Vanarelli is scheduled to be a speaker at two notable upcoming events this December. As an advocate and active member of NELA, Mr. Vanarelli regularly leads discussions educating individuals on their options and rights when claiming various forms of state law benefits

New Jersey SEEDS Board of Trustees Welcomes Five New Members
NEWARK, NJ--(Marketwired - September 24, 2013) - New Jersey SEEDS, an educational nonprofit organization that has been transforming the lives of motivated, high-achieving students for more than 20 years, announced that five new members have been added to its Board of Trustees

Nazi parents lose custody of kids named Adolf Hitler and Aryan Nation
A self-proclaimed Nazi father and his wife cannot have back their four children, three of whom have Nazi-inspired names, a court has ruled.

Nude 'juice bar' in US struggling to stay open after court ruling against it
A strip club in the US, which is called 'juice bar' because it does not sell booze, is at the centre of a long-running legal battle.

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