Senator Bob Singer (R-Lakewood), Assistant Minority Leader in the Senate, is calling on the New Jersey Attorney General's office to carefully assess its case against Rabbi Osher Eisemann. This comes in the wake of allegations that it may not be in the public's best interest to oppose the dismissal of Rabbi Eisemann's 2016 indictment, as reported by the New Jersey Globe.

Expressing his bewilderment, Singer stated, “Why there is a vendetta against this good man is mind-boggling. I’m baffled why the attorney general’s office is continuing this while there are so many heinous crimes going on,” in an interview with the New Jersey Globe.

Rabbi Eisemann's attorney, Lee Vartan, recently filed a motion accusing Deputy Attorney General John Nicodemo of intentionally withholding crucial evidence and committing Brady violations. These violations require prosecutors to disclose essential information to the defense.

Nicodemo's alleged misconduct led to Superior Court Judge Joseph Paone overturning Rabbi Eisemann’s 2022 conviction. Despite this, the attorney general’s office appealed the decision to the appellate and Supreme Court, facing unsuccessful outcomes both times.

“This is a tragedy. Rabbi Eisemann is a good man who has dedicated his life to helping special needs children,” Singer remarked. “I would hope the attorney general takes a look at the entire case.”

In court filings, Vartan claimed Nicodemo “misled the jury twice.”

Singer drew a parallel to the dropped charges against U.S. Senator Bob Menendez in 2017 when federal prosecutors failed to secure a conviction. Singer questioned the financial toll on Rabbi Eisemann, stating, “Does the state have unlimited, endless money? I just don’t understand.”