A former Jersey City judge ousted from his law firm after his affair with a bailiff came to light is gaining traction in his wrongful discharge suit
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A Jersey City municipal judge whose affair with a bailiff cost him his seat is asking a federal court to order state judicial officials to turn over records he hopes will bolster his claim that he wa
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