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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Most Evil New Jersey Lawyer Bergrin Faces Life

Former federal prosecutor turned convicted murderer Paul Bergrin faces a lifetime jail sentence after being found guilty of multiple counts, including the murder of federal criminal trial witnesses.  Today, the largest newspaper in New Jersey calls for Bergrin to get a life sentence in this editorial

Question for readers: Did Bergrin "go bad" after leaving the U.S. Attorney's Office? Or was he a "bad nut" to begin with?  If the latter, this suggests that Bergrin's criminality was hidden well while working for the federal government (and before that, with the state as a prosecutor in Essex County, of which Newark is the county seat).  It calls into question the psychological vetting in these offices and, unfortunately, casts a pall over many fine lawyers -- prosecutors and former prosecutors -- who have distinguished themselves through both intellect and integrity.


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