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The office will be headed by ...
The office will be headed by current County Counsel Jeffrey Ziegelheim, who, in addition to his $121,350 yearly salary, will receive a $53,000 stipend to run the asset recovery office, officials said in April.
Ziegelheim will have no staff, and any outside law firms hired by the office will be paid only a percentage of the funds they help to recover, said Jeanne Baratta, a spokeswoman for Donovan.
Ziegelheim, of Wyckoff, worked at the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office from 1999 to 2010 and at the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office from 1990 to 1997.
knows all the dirt on everyone in BC.
works for the Bergen County
Counsel's Office and is paid $121,350.
now will get another $53,000. to run a office in the Bergen County
There is no reason to pay an employee more money to do a job in an office he
is already working in.
first investigation should be into Jeffrey Ziegelheim being paid an additional $53,000. to do a job he
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Sgt. Joseph Martin came across two females - one a juvenile and the other an adult - at a private building in August 2005, said Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor Jeffrey Ziegelheim.Martin did not arrest the women although he saw them smoking marijuana, Ziegelheim said.
Further, I must express concern over ...
Further, I must express concern over Acting County Counsel Jeffrey Ziegelheim's involvement in this matter.
This was a widespread investigation that our Office undertook in August 2010, when Mr. Ziegelheim occupied a significant, policy making, managerial, level position with my Office.
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CONTACT: ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR JEFFREY ZIEGELHEIM (201) 752-4223
CBS 2: New Jersey Wire
Mayor Laurence Cherchi was charged with intimidation for allegedly coercing Police Chief Bob Peacock to give him confidential information before Cherchi was sworn in as mayor in January, according to Bergen County Assistant Prosecutor Jeffrey Ziegelheim.
A conviction on the intimidation charge carries a sentence of three to five years, though it could result in probation if the person convicted has no prior criminal record, Ziegelheim
According to Ziegelheim
, the prosecutor's office received several phone calls from police in Leonia
after Cherchi and the council demoted Peacock to captain and named Capt. Tom O'Meara acting chief at a meeting on Jan. 5.