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William H. Buckman

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ACLU

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ACLU

P.O. Box 32159

Newark, New Jersey,07102

United States

Company Description

On June 1, 2006, the American Civil Liberties of Union of New Jersey filed a friend-of-the court brief to protect the privacy rights of government employees whose personal financial information is being made publicly available under a new law. The ACLU-NJ subm...more

Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

The DaCosta Co Inc


Criminal Defense Lawyer

Contemporary American Theater Festival


Trenton Times


Affiliations

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Inc

Member of the Board of Trustees


ACDL-NJ

Life Member


NJ Appleseed

Board Member


NORML New Jersey

Board of Trustees Member


William H. Buckman Law Firm

Founder


New Jersey Appleseed

Criminal Defense Lawyer, Civil Rights Attorney and Board Member


Prosecutorial

Co-Chair of Committee


NLC

Member


National Organization

Life Member


NORML

Legal Committee Attorneys


Education

Stockton


Ph.D.


law degree

Rutgers University


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Speaker Bios: 2007-2015 - NORML.org - Working to Reform Marijuana Laws

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William H. Buckman is a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney in the State of New Jersey where he was admitted to the Bar in 1978 and is also admitted to the bars of Pa., NY, VT and the US Supreme Court.
Bill is in private practice in Moorestown, New Jersey, specializing in the areas of criminal defense and civil rights. Bill has been active in cases attacking racial profiling, the practice of law enforcement stopping and or detaining citizens based partially on their race or ethnic background. In this area Mr. Buckman has obtained rulings in numerous courts finding the existence of this unconstitutional practice. In particular he participated in one of the first cases in the nation to prove the existence of the practice. In State v. Soto, Bill joined with other attorneys to prove that the New Jersey State Police were wrongfully stopping and searching thousands of innocent minority citizens on the New Jersey Turnpike, one of the busiest highways in the nation. After Soto, Bill and his colleagues successfully established the fact that profiling was an unconstitutional policy practiced by the New Jersey State Police throughout the statefor two decades which set the stage for hundreds of victims of State Police bias to have their cases dismissed or their convictions vacated. Additionally, Bill was one of a successful team of ACLU attorneys who sued the New Jersey State Police for the ACLU on behalf of minority motorists who had been victimized by the practice of racial profiling. On a related note, Mr. Buckman presently represents numerous New Jersey State Police troopers who have suffered retaliation after speaking out about misconduct within the ranks of the State Police. Bill serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and is President Elect of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey. He is a former Vice President of the ACLU of N.J. where he still serves on the Board. Mr. Buckman is a past recipient of the 1992 Presidential Award for Furthering the Cause of Civil Rights, Southern Gloucester County Chapter of NAACP; 2001 Professional Lawyer of the Year Award from the Burlington County Bar Association and the New Jersey Commission on Professionalism in the Law; 2001 Mary Philbrook Award for Public Interest Work from Rutgers Law School - Camden Women's Law Caucus; as well as a recipient of the 2002, Justice Award, Black Ministers' Council of New Jersey and in 2005 Bill received the Roger Baldwin Civil Liberties Award from the ACLU of New Jersey. Bill has written and taught extensively for the benefit of criminal defense lawyers nationwide in areas such as attacking racial profiles, understanding law enforcement agencies, discovery techniques in criminal matters as well as cross examination techniques.


William H. Buckman - William H. Buckman Law Firm

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William H. Buckman
William H. Buckman - William H. Buckman Law Firm William H. Buckman William H. Buckman William H. Buckman President: William H. Buckman Law Firm Bill Buckman is hailed as one of the most skillful, tenacious and dedicated criminal-defense attorneys in New Jersey. He is also a seasoned civil rights lawyer with a comprehensive list of successful cases that have received nationwide attention. Mr. Buckman has kept a constant focus on the relationship between the individual and large organizations, particularly government. "I have always taken very seriously the idea that individuals deserve protection under the law." NJ Supreme Court Certified Attorney One of Buckman's most notable case came in 1995, when he was one of the lead attorneys to build a case against the New Jersey State Police for the racial profiling of drivers on the New Jersey Turnpike (State vs. Soto). Bill is on the board of trustees for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and past president of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey as well as a former member of the Board of Trustees of the ACLU of N.J. He is an active speaker, lecturing to lawyers nationwide. William H. Buckman is Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Criminal Trial Attorney. Designated NJ Super Lawyer Super Lawyers William H. Buckman


Legal Team - William H. Buckman Law Firm

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William H. Buckman
William H. Buckman President/Attorney NJ Supreme Court Certified Attorney Bill Buckman is hailed as one of the most skillful, tenacious and dedicated criminal-defense attorneys in New Jersey. He is also a seasoned civil rights lawyer with a comprehensive list of successful cases that have received nationwide attention. Mr. Buckman has kept a constant focus on the relationship between the individual and large organizations, particularly government. "I have always taken very seriously the idea that individuals deserve protection under the law. - Mr. Buckman One of Buckman's most notable case came in 1995, when he was one of the lead attorneys to build a case against the New Jersey State Police for the racial profiling of drivers on the New Jersey Turnpike (State vs. Soto). The published opinion in the Soto case has been cited nationwide as a precedent for challenging racially based profiles. For his tireless work, Bill has been awarded: Bill is on the board of trustees for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and past president of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey as well as a former member of the Board of Trustees of the ACLU of N.J. He is an active speaker, lecturing to lawyers nationwide. William H. Buckman is Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Criminal Trial Attorney. Designated NJ Super Lawyer Super Lawyers William H. Buckman


Firm Overview of William H. Buckman, Criminal Defense Attorney

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William H. Buckman
William H. Buckman has emerged as one of the region's most prominent civil rights lawyers and a national expert on racial profiling. In terms of legal strategy, Buckman is a visionary. William H. Buckman Read Press About William H. Buckman William H. Buckman President/Attorney Bill Buckman is hailed as one of the most skillful, tenacious and dedicated criminal-defense attorneys in New Jersey. He is also a seasoned civil rights lawyer with a comprehensive list of successful cases that have received nationwide attention. Mr. Buckman has kept a constant focus on the relationship between the individual and large organizations, particularly government. One of Buckman's most notable case came in 1995, when he was one of the lead attorneys to build a case against the New Jersey State Police for the racial profiling of drivers on the New Jersey Turnpike (State vs. Soto). The published opinion in the Soto case has been cited nationwide as a precedent for challenging racially based profiles. For his tireless work, Bill has been awarded: Bill is on the board of trustees for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the president of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey as well as a member of the Board of Trustees of the ACLU of N.J. He is an active speaker, lecturing to lawyers nationwide.


NJ Appleseed Board of Directors

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William Buckman Law Offices of William Buckman William H. Buckman is a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney in the State of New Jersey.After a judicial clerkship of one year, he has practiced criminal law as a public defender and private criminal defense attorney since 1979.He is in private practice in Moorestown, New Jersey, specializing in the areas of criminal defense and civil rights.Bill has been active in cases attacking racial profiling, the practice of law enforcement stopping and or detaining citizens based partially on their race or ethnic background.Bill served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for six years, and is a present officer in the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey.He is a former Vice President of the ACLU of N.J. and is the past co-chair of the Indigent Defense Committee of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.Mr. Buckman is a past recipient of the 1992 Presidential Award for Furthering the Cause of Civil Rights, Southern Gloucester County Chapter of NAACP; 2001 Professional Lawyer of the Year Award from the Burlington County Bar Association and the New Jersey Commission on Professionalism in the Law; 2001 Mary Philbrook Award for Public Interest Work from Rutgers Law School - Camden Women's Law Caucus; as well as a recipient of the 2002 Justice Award, Black Ministers' Council of New Jersey.In 2005 Bill received the Roger Baldwin Civil Liberties Award from the ACLU of New Jersey.


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