Secaucus Town Attorney Anthony D’Elia sworn in as Hudson County judge

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Secaucus Town Attorney Anthony V. D’Elia was sworn in as a Hudson County Superior Court judge at the Brennan Courthouse in Jersey City yesterday afternoon. Anthony D'Elia

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

D’Elia, also the attorney for the Bayonne Board of Education, received the presentation of the gavel from Hudson County Bar Association President Lori Cieckiewicz before receiving the presentation of the Bible from his children Kyle and Sofia, and his wife, Elinor.

A partner at high-powered Secaucus law firm Chasan, Leyner & Lamaparello that specialized in civil litigation for over 25 years, D’Elia received his robe from longtime colleague Steven Menaker and Hudson County Superior Court Judge Peter Bariso administered the oath of office.

Gov. Chris Christie (R) nominated D’Elia for the judgeship back on April 18 and was appointed to the post on May 10.

The nominations from the governor’s office must be approved by the state Senators of the district, which of course in Hudson are Sandra Cunningham (D-31), Nick Sacco (D-32) and Brian Stack (D-33).

Sacco, also the North Bergen mayor, touted D’Elia’s accomplishments as part of the ceremony.

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. This dude is a biased and corrupt judge that favors white men in family court . He has no regard for the children his bogus rulings effect because he is too busy sympathizing for the man . This was a bad call Governor Christie.

  2. I’m a helpless mother of two adorable kids age 8 & 5 who waiting Justice from God and the judge Anthony D’elia
    I prayed that our almighty lord show him and help him with the decision he’s going to make by January ! One thing I know my children deserve to have their mother beside them every morning and night to keep them safe!

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