Prosecution will continue against the former Brick schools superintendent, his daughter, and another former school official for what prosecutors called a scheme to provide unwarranted special services to the former superintendent’s grandson.

Superior Court Judge Michael T. Collins denied a motion to dismiss the indictment against the three individuals: ex-superintendent Walter C. Uszenski, his daughter Jacqueline Halsey, and former interim director of special services for the district Andrew J. Morgan.
Uszenski, Halsey, Morgan, and Morgan’s wife Lorraine have all been charged with getting special services for Halsey’s son that were believed to be in excess of $50,000 at the public’s expense.

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