A New Jersey judge is under fire after he rejected a request from prosecutors to charge a year-old suspect in an alleged sexual assault as an adult, writing in a controversial ruling that the teen "comes from a good family" and is a candidate for a "good college. The Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division overturned the decision of Judge James Troiano, writing in a page opinion obtained by ABC News that Troiano overstepped his authority by making "an independent assessment of the juvenile's culpability. Monmouth County prosecutors had argued for a waiver to send the case to adult court, saying the teen's alleged "behavior was calculated and cruel. The appellate judges admonished Troiano for showing leniency to the juvenile by focusing on the youth's family background, that he was an Eagle Scout and that, according to Troiano's decision, "his scores for college entry were very high.
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