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Retired NJ Superior Court Judge to Lecture on How to Win a Trial


May 7, 2018
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Retired NJ Superior Court Judge, Ronald Lee Reisner, Of Counsel, presents on “How to Win a Trial, 45 Years in Wonderland,” to assistant prosecutors of Middlesex County

On Wednesday, May 9, retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge, Ronald Lee Reisner, J.S.C. (Ret.), will be giving a lecture entitled, “How to Win a Trial: 45 Years in Wonderland”. Judge Reisner will be lecturing assistant prosecutors on how to be successful in court trying criminal cases. Attendees will receive 2 hours of CLE credits. It is important to note that the lecture, held at the Middlesex Prosecutor’s Office, is only available for the staff attorneys and assistant prosecutors of the office to attend. However, the lecture will be recorded on video.

Retired NJ Superior Court Judge to Lecture on How to Win a Trial

“I am hopeful that my decades of legal experience have provided me with some clues on how to win jury cases and I hope to impart some of those clues to the young assistant prosecutors in Middlesex,” remarked Judge Reisner.

More on Ronald Lee Reisner, J.S.C. (Ret.)

Ronald Lee Reisner, J.S.C. (Ret.) is a former New Jersey Superior Court Judge assigned to Monmouth County, who took office in 2001 and retired in 2016. During his tenure on the bench, Judge Reisner served in the civil, family and criminal divisions. A valuable addition to the firm, he brings his considerable skills to Scarinci Hollenbeck, as his years as a judge have given him expertise in alternate dispute resolution including both arbitration and mediation, with private and public sector clients. He has also served as a member of the District Ethics Committee of Monmouth County.

You can learn more about Judge Reisner by visiting his firm bio.

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