Camden, N.J. – Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer is proud to announce the hiring of two Assistant Prosecutors.
Rosanne Breakenridge was hired in September 2020, as an Assistant Prosecutor assigned to the Grand Jury Unit. Breakenridge came to the Office from the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, where she worked since 2015. During her time there, she served in the Domestic Violence, Juvenile, and Central Judicial Processing Units as well as the Adult Trial Section. Breakenridge credits her work within those units with developing skills in victim-focused prosecution and providing help to at-risk youth. She earned her law degree from Temple University in 2014 before becoming a judicial clerk for the Superior Court of New Jersey: Gloucester County, Criminal Division under the Honorable M. Christine Allen-Jackson J.S.C. While earning her degree, Breakenridge completed a semester at Temple’s Tokyo campus and interned with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP performing legal research.
Daniel (Danny) Gick was hired in September 2020, as an Assistant Prosecutor assigned to the Grand Jury Unit. Since 2019, Gick served as a law clerk for the Honorable Stephanie Dawkins Davis in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. In that capacity, Gick helped prepare nearly 20 opinions on a variety of civil issues. Prior to that clerkship, Gick served as a law clerk to the Camden County Superior Court Assignment Judge, the Honorable Deborah Silverman Katz. In that position, Gick gained an understanding of New Jersey law and some novel court issues that only come before the Assignment Judge. Gick earned his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2017 and is a member of the National LGBT Bar Association.
“I’m proud to bring on two Assistant Prosecutors who are enthusiastic to join the office and eager to continue their careers in public service,” said Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. “Rosanne Breakenridge has a proven reputation within Essex County and we are looking forward to having her here. Daniel Gick’s extensive clerkship experience at both the State and Federal levels have helped hone his research and writing skills, which will serve him well in his advocacy on behalf of our victims.”