Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Resignation Moots Judicial Misconduct Charges

A New York Justice (who is not a lawyer but had served as a police officer) resigned from office after a complaint alleging judicial misconduct had been filed. The Commission on Judicial Conduct accepted the resignation as dispositive of the charges in light of the juydge's stated intention not to seek judicial office in the future. The charges and resignation letter are linked to the commission's order. (Mike Frisch)

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