SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY
It is ORDERED that, effective October 4, 2010 and until further order, the following Superior Court judges are designated as “Communications Data Warrant Judges” to receive applications for and issue communications data warrants and communications information orders. Communications data warrants are required to obtain telephone toll billing records, installation of pen registers (mechanical devices that record the number dialed on a telephone), warrants requiring the provider of an electronic communications service to disclose the contents of an electronic communication (electronic communications disclosure warrants), or an in-progress trace or a trap-and-trace device. Communications information orders are required to obtain disclosure of a record, other than toll billing, or other information pertaining to a subscriber or a customer of a wire or electronic communications service or remote computing service.
Counties Designated Communications Data Warrant Judges
Atlantic, Cape May Judge Michael A. Donio
Judge Bernard E. DeLury, Jr.
Bergen Judge Peter E. Doyne
Judge Liliana DeAvila-Silebi
Burlington Judge Ronald E. Bookbinder
Judge Jeanne T. Covert
Judge Michael J. Haas
Camden Judge Samuel D. Natal
Judge Irvin J. Snyder
Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem Judge Walter L. Marshall, Jr.
Essex Judge Peter J. Vazquez
Judge Joseph C. Cassini, III
Judge Michael A. Petrolle
Hudson Judge Maurice J. Gallipoli
Judge Kevin G. Callahan
Mercer Judge Linda R. Feinberg
Judge Pedro J. Jimenez, Jr.
Middlesex Judge Travis L. Francis
Judge Bradley J. Ferencz 2
Monmouth Judge Lawrence M. Lawson
Judge Anthony J. Mellaci, Jr.
Morris, Sussex Judge Thomas V. Manahan
Judge David H. Ironson
Judge N. Peter Conforti
Ocean Judge Francis R. Hodgson, Jr.
Passaic Judge Donald J. Volkert, Jr.
Judge Marilyn C. Clark
Judge Greta Gooden Brown
Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren Judge Yolanda Ciccone
Judge Edward M. Coleman
Union Judge Joseph P. Donohue
Judge Scott J. Moynihan
It is FURTHER ORDERED that these designated Communications Data Warrant Judges shall each have statewide jurisdiction; and
It is FURTHER ORDERED that applications for communications data warrants or communications information orders must state whether the application has previously been presented to another communications data warrant judge; and
It is FURTHER ORDERED that in receiving applications and issuing communications data warrants or communications information orders, the designated Communications Data Warrant Judges shall comply with any and all directives of the Chief Justice and/or the Administrative Director of the Courts in this regard; and
It is FURTHER ORDERED that this Order shall supersede all prior orders designating judges to receive applications and issue warrants for telephone toll billing records, orders for the installation of pen registers (mechanical devices that record the number dialed on a telephone), or electronic communications data warrants, including the Order dated August 26, 2010 which had an effective date of September 1, 2010.
/s/ Stuart Rabner
Dated: September 27, 2010