Judge Neustadter first took the oath of office as a Superior Court Judge in 1976. He served in the Civil and Family Divisions, but mostly in the Criminal Division over the past 25 years. During his tenure on the bench, he was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on the Intensive Supervision Program's (ISP) Resentencing Panel. This panel of judges hears applications for early release by inmates serving sentences in our state prisons.
The move to serve as counsel to Cooper Levenson brings Neustadter full circle. In 1963, his firm, Perskie and Neustadter, merged with Cooper and Katzman, which has grown and transformed to become the firm known today as Cooper Levenson.
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