By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Ordered and Adjudged that the Hudson County Sheriff is directed forthwith to conduct a sale of Plaintiffs’ real property,” Judge Lisa Rose wrote in a page-and-a-half decision dated December 2.
Additionally, Rose denied a cross motion opposing the sale of the property from Jane Garrity Glass, of the East Hanover law firm Garrity, Graham, Murphy, Garofalo & Flinn, P.C., who is currently representing the Bajardis.
As Hudson County View first reported in March, Hudson County Superior Court Judge Barry Sarkisian approved a $225,757 payment plan for the legal fees a Hoboken man, Mark Heyer, involved in a SLAPP lawsuit with two local bloggers.
In February 2015, a judge dismissed a $2 million defamation lawsuit filed by Lane and Kim Cardinal Bajardi against Hoboken bloggers Roman Brice and Nancy Pincus: better known as Hoboken Horse and Grafix Avenger, respectively.
Then in July of same year, Hudson County Superior Court Judge Patrick Arre ruled that the Bajardis will have to pay nearly $277,000 in legal fees.
Garrity Glass, as well as Michele Daitz, the attorney representing Heyer, could not immediately be reached for comment on Friday.