In re Matter of Bruni, 166 N.J. Super. 284 (Appellate Division 1979)
Established for the first time in the State of New Jersey that a County court could not when sitting in de novo review of a police disciplinary proceeding in a non-civil service jurisdiction increase the penalty imposed by the town.
In the Matter Of Kevin Hall (1999)
Discipline reduced from removal from office to 15 days suspension, plus back pay.
In the Matter Of Thomas Menard (2001)
As demotion was limited to 6 months; a 6 day suspension reduced to 1 day.
Diane Wentz v. Salem County Correctional Facility (2002)
Established for the first time in the State of New Jersey that a day for purposes of discipline that a "working day" is 8 hours, not 12 hours or 10 hours, thus giving rise to a greater ability to appeal to Appellate review.
Camden Lodge #1 Fraternal Order of Police v. Camden City Police Dept. (2003)
Established for the first time in the State of New Jersey that a police officer is entitled to a hearing for matters of minor discipline (up to 5 days).
Ryan Satterfield v. Atlantic County Police Training Center (2004)
Rescinding dismissal from the training academy.
Eric Woods v. Willingboro Township (2005)
Successfully challenged drug testing procedure.
Thomas Lynch v. Voorhees Twp. (2006)
Convinced Judge to believe Patrolman not Chief.
Odise Carr v. City of Camden (2010)
Termination charged, found not guilty.