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Q: Who in law of nj civil may I write tof lawyers hiding legal certified mail ,perjury ,preparing false court adjournment

Preparing false new trial motion dismiss. And preparing false decisions on new trial motions and designed by judges secretary to mislead plaintiff and getting the civil case dismissed.

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: In New Jersey, if you're facing issues of legal misconduct such as hiding legal mail, perjury, and the falsification of court documents, there are specific steps you can take.

Firstly, if these actions are affecting an ongoing civil case, it's important to bring these concerns directly to the court's attention. This can be done by filing a formal motion or complaint within the same court where the case is being heard. Make sure to include all relevant evidence and documentation to support your claims.

Additionally, for allegations against lawyers, such as hiding mail or fabricating legal documents, you should report these matters to the New Jersey State Bar Association's Office of Attorney Ethics. This organization investigates claims of attorney misconduct and can take disciplinary action if necessary.

If your concerns involve court staff, like a judge's secretary, these should be addressed to the court's administrative body or the judicial conduct board in New Jersey. They are responsible for overseeing the conduct of court personnel.

Given the gravity and complexity of your situation, it's advisable to seek legal advice from another attorney. An attorney with experience in civil litigation and legal malpractice can guide you through the process of addressing these serious allegations and ensure that your legal rights are upheld. Remember, navigating such legal challenges can be intricate, and professional guidance is crucial.

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