Matheu D. Nunn joined Einhorn Harris Ascher Barbarito & Frost, PC in December 2011. He came to the firm after serving as an Assistant Prosecutor for the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office. In 2012, Matheu was appointed to serve as the Prosecutor for Morris Township.
Mr. Nunn has a passion for the law and has a diverse background which serves his clients well. Currently he is studying for his LL.M. in Insurance Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law. His background as a prosecutor provides him with knowledge in criminal and municipal law as well as working with DYFS and Domestic Violence cases.
A prolific public speaker while at the Morris County Prosecutor’s office, Matheu D. Nunn has given presentations on Family Law and Privacy, Cyber-bullying, The Law of Interrogation and Appellate Law to name a few.
Mr. Nunn is a member of The 200 Club of Morris County; a local philanthropic organization which focuses its efforts on providing financial support to the families of fallen police officers and firefighters. He also offers his time as a “Volunteer Judge” for Moot Court competitions at Rutgers School of Law and Morris County High Schools.
Mr. Nunn received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Delaware and then his JD from Rutgers School of Law-Camden, where he earned "with Honors" distinction and was an editor of the law review. During his law school tenure, he worked in the legal department of ING Direct, and completed externships for the Honorable Joseph A. Falcone, J.S.C., and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office.
Following law school, he completed two clerkships. The first for the Honorable B. Theodore Bozonelis, the Assignment Judge for Morris County; the second for the Honorable Jack M. Sabatino, a judge at the Appellate Division of New Jersey. At the conclusion of that clerkship, in September 2009, Mr. Nunn joined the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, where he worked as an Assistant Prosecutor in the Appellate Unit and Major Crimes Unit prior to joining the firm.
Licensed since 2007
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I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Nunn is an excellent attorney with a great pedigree as an attorney. When I was Morris County Prosecutor, Mr. Nunn was one of my Assistant Prosecutors. He is a skilled lawyer and advocate, great on the law, and a great writer. He also has the unique ability to combine those legal research skills, with great presentation skills in the courtroom (a unique combination, in my experience). He is a tough advocate, but is always professional in his approach. No worries using this attorney for your matter. You will be well served.
Robert Bianchi Criminal Defense Attorney
Relationship: Supervised lawyer
Matheu is one of the great legal minds in the State of New Jersey. We worked together at the Morris County Prosecutor's Office and on several major crimes cases together. Matheu is intelligent, professional, ethical and a frequent contact in my practice for consultations.
David Bruno Criminal Defense Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Rising Star||NJ Superlawyer||2014|
|Top 40 Under 40||The National Trial Lawyers||2014|
|Top 100 Trial Attorney||The National Trial Lawyers||2014|
|Rising Star||NJ Superlawyers||2013|
|Top 40 Under 40 in New Jersey-Criminal Defense||ASLA||2013|
|Rising Star||New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine||N/A|
|Prosecutor||Morris Township Muncipal Court||2012 - Present|
|Associate||Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, PC||2012 - Present|
|Assistant Prosecutor, Appellate and Major Crimes||Morris County Prosecutor's Office||2009 - 2012|
|Law Clerk--Hon. Jack M. Sabatino||Appellate Division Of The Superior Court Of New Jersey||2008 - 2009|
|Law Clerk--Hon. B. Theodore Bozonelis||Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Morris County||2007 - 2008|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Morris County Bar Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|New Jersey State Bar Association||Appellate Practice Committee||N/A|
|Einhorn Harris Blog||Can a 50/50 Custody Arrangement Really Work?||2013|
|Einhorn Harris Blog||New Jersey Appellate Division “Saves” Portion of New Jersey’s Bias Intimidation Statute.||2013|
|Einhorn Harris Blog||Official Misconduct at the New Brunswick Parking Authority||2013|
|Einhorn Harris Blog||Violation of Seatbelt Law Can Result in 3-10 Years in Prison.||2012|
|Einhorn Harris Blog||New Jersey Supreme Court Rules that Weapons Seized Pursuant to a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Can be Used in a Criminal Prosecution||2012|
|Morris Patch||Ask the Attorney: My Son Was Arrested for Underage Possession of Alcohol. Now What?||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Search and Seizure Law||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Drugs Found in Modern Day Animal House||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Right to Counsel||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||New Jersey Official Misconduct||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Think a Disorderly Persons Offense Doesn't Matter||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||New Jersey Supreme Court Rules: “I Want To Talk To Mommy” is Not the Same as “I Want to Remain Silent”||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY: Appellate Division Rules that Testimony Made During a Domestic Violence Proceeding May be Used In A Criminal Prosecution.||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Child Support Changes For In-College Children||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||10 years of alimony for 9-years of marriage.||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||A “Date” is NOT a Relationship: Appellate Division Rules That Single Date is Not Sufficient to Establish a Dating Relationship Under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Does Marital Fault Ever Matter? Only If It Is Egregious…||2012|
|Einhorn Harris||Marital Fault Re-Visited: It DOES Still Matter…Sometimes!||2012|
|Morris Patch||What's an Abused HUSBAND to do?||2012|
|Morris Patch||Can My Ex-Wife Relocate Our Children to Florida (Near HER Parents)?||2012|
|Morris Patch||My Son Was Arrested for Underage Possession of Alcohol. Now What?||2012|
|Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law - Camden||N/A||JD - Juris Doctor, with Honors||2007|
|University of Delaware||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2004|
|Nuts & Bolts of Appellate Practice (w Judge Sabatino, Judge Stern, Judge Axelrad)||Appellate Practice||2013|
|"Hot tips for Family Lawyers"||Family Law||2012|
|State Police Academy||"Trial and Grand Jury Testimony"||2011|
|Nuts & Bolts of Appellate Practice||Appellate Practice||2011|
|New Jersey State Bar Association||"Privacy Issues in Family Law"||2011|
|"The Infrequent Fliers Program - Doing it Right on Appeal" - Panelist - New Jersey State Bar Association Convention||Appellate Practice||2011|
|Morris County Police Academy||Principles of Search & Seizure"||2010|
|Morris County Police Academy||Law of Interrogation||2010|