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Michael J. McElhatton, Attorney at Law

Michael McElhatton has a law practice in Haddon Heights (NJ)
609-310-9010
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200 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035
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  • New Jersey (NJ) 1989
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    Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ.com FLEMINGTON — Defendants named in an amended lawsuit stemming from the contentious tenure of former Hunterdon County Sheriff Deborah Trout are seeking the suit's dismissal. In March a judge dismissed the original lawsuit, but granted leave for an ... more »
    NJ Supreme Court chief justice forms advisory panel to expedite civil ...
    The Republic TRENTON, New Jersey — The chief justice of New Jersey's Supreme Court has formed an advisory panel that will seek ways to expedite civil litigation matters. Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced the panel's formation Wednesday. It also will develop ... more »
    Lawsuit alleges sexual assault, racial bias within NJ Attorney General's Office
    The Trentonian A New Jersey Department of Criminal Justice supervisor allegedly sexually assaulted a female fraud inspector within his department on a Sea Girt beach, according to a civil lawsuit filed in state Superior Court. The incident occurred in August 2009 ... more »
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