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Steven M. Sellers
Two minors who were subjected to months of solitary confinement in New Jersey juvenile detention centers may pursue negligence claims against their psychologists, a federal judge has ruled. The judge held that a New Jersey tort “reform” law requiring an affidavit of merit as a precondition for a professional negligence claim did not apply to psychologists.