The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled 7-0 to sustain an Appellate Division decision upholding a pair of directives by the state attorney general to annually publish the names of officers who were either fired, demoted or suspended for more than five days.

The June 7 opinion delivered by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner addresses current AG Gurbir Grewal’s Law Enforcement Directives Nos. 2020-05 and No. 2020-06 that he implemented within weeks of George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers May 25, 2020.