Andrew Peter Napolitano (American syndicated columnist) is whose work appears across many publications, including The Washington Times. Reason people are more curious about what happened to Judge Napolitano.
Fox News: Judge Napolitano’s fate
An allegation of harassment against former Fox News legal correspondent Judge Andrew Napolitano led to his dismissal from the network. John Fawcett, a 27 year-old associate producer of Fox News, filed the legal complaint. He claimed that Napolitano harassed several young men while working at the network. Fawcett said that he reported Napolitano’s indecent behavior to Fox News’ Human Resources department. But, no immediate action was taken. Fox News launched an investigation into the allegations and reached out to both parties. Napolitano was not able to appear on Fox News for many months. Napolitano is now moving on from his condo in the Trump International Hotel & Tower, Central Park West.
Andrew Napolitano is who?
Andrew Peter Napolitano is an American columnist who was born on June 6, 1950. His work can be found in several publications like The Washington Times or Reason. He is also well-known for his role on Fox News as an analyst, providing legal commentary and analysis regarding trials and other legal news. Napolitano, before his TV career, was a New Jersey Superior Court judge between 1987 and 1995. He also served as a visiting faculty member at Brooklyn Law School. Napolitano is a prolific writer, with nine books covering a variety of legal and political topics. Napolitano was Fox News Senior Judicial Analysis for over twenty-four year. He had a record-breaking 14,500 broadcasts during that time, solidifying his reputation of a respected legal commentator. After being accused of harassment by a young male worker, Napolitano’s career at Fox News was ended.
Andrew Napolitano bio
|NAME||Andrew Peter Napolitano|
|DATE OF BIRTH||6 June 1950|
|BORN COUNTRY||Newark, New Jersey. United States|
|PARENTS||Andrew Alexander Napolitano|
|EDUCATION||Princeton University, Notre Dame Law School|
Andrew Napolitano in his early years
Andrew Napolitano was raised in Newark, New Jersey. He went to Princeton University where he received an A.B. He graduated in history in 1972. His senior thesis, “An Essay On the Origin And Evolution of Representative Government In the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay (1630-1644”), was his showcase of passion for history as well as politics. Napolitano was awarded his J.D. Napolitano earned his J.D. from Notre Dame Law School. In 1975, he was admitted to New Jersey’s bar. Napolitano began his legal career in private practice as a litigator. Before being appointed to the New Jersey court in 1987, he briefly taught law at Delaware Law School (now Widener). He was the state’s youngest sitting judge and served as a Superior Court judge from 1980 to 1995. Napolitano’s experiences in both private and public practice provided solid foundations for his future work as an analyst and commentator on legal issues.