Judge Accused Of Trying To Help Reduce Punishment For Garwood Councilman’s Daughter

GARWOOD – A municipal court judge who serves Clark, Garwood and Scotch Plains is accused of trying to intervene and reduce the punishment for a Garwood councilman’s daughter who was arrested for alleged possession of alcohol, according to a report by the Clark-Garwood Patch.

Judge Antonio Inacio is accused of writing a letter to the Juvenile Conference Committee to get the girl, a senior at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, out of going to two Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

According to the report, Inacio allegedly acted at the request of the Garwood Councilman.

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