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Mr. Hamlet E. Goore Jr.

Wrong Hamlet E. Goore Jr.?

Acting Director, Office of Commun...

Local Address: Irvington, New Jersey, United States
Township of Irvington
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Rutgers University Law School
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∏ New Jersey Home Buyers Assistance
www.downpaymentsolutions.com, 20 Feb 2011 [cached]
Mr. Hamlet E. Goore, Acting Director Office of Community Development and Planning Civic Sq. Municipal Bldg., Room 102 Irvington, NJ 07111 Phone: 973-399-6657 Fax: 973-399-0827
North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
www.bergen.com, 1 July 2006 [cached]
Goore was stopped at a traffic checkpoint less than a mile from the North Bergen home he shares with Farber.Officers discovered that Goore didn't have a valid driver's license or registration and, according to Farber, said they would impound the car.
Farber said Goore, after telling the officers he was her boyfriend, called her to come and help him retrieve her personal belongings before the vehicle was towed.However, she said, an officer at the scene told her they would allow Goore to drive his van home on the condition that she and the trooper followed behind.
Farber said she hadn't spoken to the officers before that and did nothing improper by being there.
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An attorney by profession, Goore works as a community development director for Irvington.He has been reprimanded twice by the state Office of Attorney Ethics and, according to Farber, is not currently practicing law.He has declared bankruptcy three times over the past 20 years, federal court records show.
Some Democratic legislators in Trenton expressed fear Friday that a scandal would hurt their party and damage Corzine's efforts to restore public faith in government.
They noted that Corzine himself was slow to embrace Farber's candidacy for attorney general because she had had her own traffic run-ins.
North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
www.bergen.com, 30 June 2006 [cached]
According to three sources, borough Detective Albert Napolitano pulled over a 1995 Oldsmobile van driven by Hamlet E. Goore at about 10 a.m. on May 26.
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The officers had told Goore that he could call someone to remove his belongings, Farber said.
When she pulled up in her official state vehicle, she said, there were a number of officers and a man who identified himself as the Fairview mayor.Farber said she exchanged pleasantries with the mayor, but did not speak to any of the officers.
Farber said her sole purpose was to pick up bicycles, a laptop computer, camera and other items in the van.
However, she said, the officers then changed their plan and instead said they would allow Goore to drive the van to the couple's home several blocks away.A Fairview officer told Farber she could follow it home, she said.
At no time did she ask for a favor or intervene in any way, Farber said.She acknowledged, however, that her boyfriend had told officers that his girlfriend is the attorney general.
She said the van was going to be impounded because it was not legally registered, but did not know whether Goore was issued a summons.She also said she did not know if he had automobile insurance or a valid driver's license.
"I do know he got some citations because something came in the mail from Fairview," Farber said.But she had added that the reminder had been mailed because her boyfriend did not pay the fine.
A law enforcement source said the road stop was part of a routine "click it or ticket" campaign.
Goore confirmed that.
"He stopped me because I wasn't wearing my seat belt," Goore said in an interview Thursday evening outside the North Bergen home he shares with Farber."I didn't even know what they were talking about."
He said his license wasn't suspended.
"It was a mistake.I tried to tell him that.I had paid a fine, and they hadn't recorded it," Goore said."I went to the Department of Motor Vehicles that day."
He confirmed that Farber had come to the scene.
Asked whether she talked to Napolitano, Goore said, "I don't remember anything like that."
Asked whether he received any more summonses, he said, "I'm not going to comment on that."
"I'm not saying any more," Goore said, before going inside.
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Goore has been reprimanded by the state Office of Attorney Ethics on two separate occasions, according to records maintained on the state judiciary Web site and confirmed by Farber.
Farber said he is no longer practicing law.
As New Jersey's chief law enforcement officer, Farber is assigned a state trooper to drive her in an official vehicle.Her fellow Cabinet members and some other high-ranking state officials also are assigned official cars with drivers, although most are not driven by troopers.
Goore, who in court papers has listed the same North Bergen address as Farber, was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1971 after graduating from Rutgers University Law School.He currently serves as the acting director of the Irvington Department of Community Development, according to the city's Web site.
Farber, who became the state's first Hispanic attorney general in January, has drawn criticism in the past because of her own driving record, having received at least a dozen speeding tickets and three driver's license suspensions.At least once, there was a bench warrant for her arrest after she failed to appear in traffic court.
During her nomination hearings before the state Senate, Farber apologized for her driving record and joked that as attorney general she would be assigned a state car and a state police driver.
Her record ended Farber's nomination in 2003 by former Gov.
North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
www.heraldandnews.net, 17 Aug 2006 [cached]
A special prosecutor who issued a scathing report on Farber earlier this week concluded that the agency took unusual steps to restore the suspended driver's license and expired registration of Farber's live-in companion, Hamlet Goore Jr.
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Goore, like Farber, is also out of a government job.
Officials in the Essex County community of Irvington confirmed that the 65-year-old Goore will be leaving his position as director of the Department of Community Development.
"He's on vacation and won't be returning," Irvington Mayor Wayne Smith said, declining to state the reason why Goore was leaving the $81,000-a-year post.
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The Williams probe showed that after being allowed to drive away from the checkpoint on May 26, Farber and Goore both telephoned an old friend who manages the MVC office in Elizabeth.The manager, Angel Estrada, who is also a Union County freeholder, personally took charge of the matter and renewed Goore's expired car registration before he even arrived at the MVC office to sign official forms and pay a $137 registration fee.
"Mr. Estrada's handling of this matter before Hamlet Goore arrived at the MVC agency raises questions about the propriety of his practices and whether they were in compliance with MVC procedures," Williams wrote in his report.
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Estrada's involvement in helping Goore bypass the long waits, crowds and frustrations that motorists can experience at MVC offices was first reported by The Record on July 23.
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"The [Williams] report raises serious questions about Mr. Estrada's actions that day, including his instructions to a subordinate to renew Mr. Goore's registration in the MVC computer and record that a payment had been made," he wrote in the letter.
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Williams' report offered a detailed accounting of what happened after Fairview police stopped Goore on the Memorial Day weekend and then let him drive his unregistered minivan home shortly after Farber arrived at the scene.
North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
www.heraldandnews.net, 21 Sept 2006 [cached]
Williams concluded that Farber had committed serious ethics violations by appearing at the Fairview traffic checkpoint where police were impounding a car belonging to her live-in boyfriend, Hamlet Goore Jr.
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After Farber's arrival, officers let Goore drive his unregistered van home, even though his driver's license had been suspended.
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Williams' report also said that Farber and Goore both telephoned Estrada, an old friend who manages the MVC office in Elizabeth, after being allowed to drive away from the checkpoint on May 26.
There, Estrada personally took charge of the matter and renewed Goore's expired car registration before he even arrived at the MVC office to sign official forms and pay a $137 registration fee.
"Mr. Estrada's handling of this matter before Hamlet Goore arrived at the MVC agency raises questions about the propriety of his practices and whether they were in compliance with MVC procedures," Williams wrote in his report.
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Estrada's involvement in helping Goore bypass the long waits, crowds and frustrations that motorists can experience at MVC offices was first reported by The Record on July 23.
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