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I think that maybe what i am asking,, but as we all knoiw,, the people that work in goivernment do not necesaarily always want that to happen,, so i am asking under what circumstances , that are legitimate, and not legitmate, would lets say a county prosecutors office prosecutor would not want a person going into a court that wukld normally be empty except for one person that wants to go,,.... something like that i think i am asking
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OK, SO THEN, ON FRIDAY WHEN I CALLED THE DEFENSE ATTORNEY TO GET THE NEXT HEARING DATE I WAS GIVEN THE RUN AROUND, WHEN I CALLED THE PROSECUTORS OFFICE to get the info i ws told the person could lose their job for telling me where court hearings are scheduled,...... and the monmouth county court house also gave me the run around for 2 hours of phone calls to get the date and judges room number ,........ and then after all that,..... i recieved a call from the prosecutrors office at 4:59pm friday,. stating " we understand you want to attend a court heraring, the prosecutor will give you a call on monday"
why would the prosecuotr want to call me if not to try to imtimidate me from attending?
right,.... but is it common policy for the monmouth county prosecutors office to deny the information to citizens,.that the secretary or whoever was on the phone could actually lose their job for giving out information that is by default public record.. and then call back and say the prosecutor will call you on monday?,.... and by the way, 11:36am and no call yet
have you ever been to a county courthouse in nj? typically they have sherifs officers guarding the doors of the court room, not allowing anyone in the court room til their name is called.
so how can the public get in?
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