Due Process, the critically acclaimed public television series on law and justice produced in partnership with the Rutgers iTV Studio and the Division of Continuing Studies, has been nominated for six Emmy Awards by The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The awards will be presented September 22 in Philadelphia.
The nominations affirm the program’s long tradition of excellence, having been the winner of 19 New York and Mid-Atlantic Emmys since it premiered on New Jersey Network (NJN) in 1996.
Pictured: Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, Sandy King, Raymond Brown
After NJN went off the air in 2011, Due Process found a new base at Rutgers Law School—Newark, through the efforts of Dean John Farmer, and a new production home at iTV Studio on the Livingston Campus in Piscataway, thanks to then-Vice President for Continuing Studies Ray Caprio.