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Chasing New Jersey Tracks Down Inglesino

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Parsippany, New Jersey (My9NJ) - While the Canning family hopes to put this all behind them now that Rachel has returned home, will it be that easy for the man at the center of all of this, John Inglesino, to do the same?

The question remains, did Rachel finally come home because she came to her senses, or could it be partly because of all the pressure that her lawyer and best friend’s father, John Inglesino, received at Parsippany’s recent council meeting in which members of the council tried to take away his job as township attorney.

The council meeting had barely begun when things got heated and Council President Paul Carifi and Councilman Louis Valori went on the attack and tried to get Inglesino to lose his job as township attorney.

Parsippany’s Council Vice President Robert Peluso read a statement saying:

“Whereas it has been determined that John Inglesino is in conflict and violation of the rules of professional conduct municipal ordinance in the case for requiring him to be removed immediately.”

Carifi and Valori are alleging that Inglesino billed the township of Parsippany for close to $3 million in legal bills and has not itemized or explained what those charges were for.

Parsipanny Mayor Barberio spoke out in support of Inglesino saying that was simply not accurate before Inglesino chimed in to defend himself.

“Some of you might gather that I’m a pretty principled person. I do the right thing because it’s the right thing to do. Sometimes I get in trouble for that, but it’s the only way I know,” Inglesino said.

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