A New Jersey law firm sued over the false arrest of its librarian for allegedly pulling a fire alarm is now fighting to quash a subpoena served on its own defense lawyer.

Sheila Ciemniecki, formerly of Parker McCay‘s Marlton office, claims that a month-long delay by William Tambussi in presenting exculpatory evidence to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office provides evidence of malice by the firm and supports an award of punitive damages.

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