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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Accept an Award on Behalf of the Court: Opinion 13-142

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Accept an Award on Behalf of the Court Opinion 13-142 Background: The inquiring judge states that he presides in a local community-based court which uses mandated services, such as drug treatment, mental health services, ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Attending Retirement Celebrations: Opinion 13-139

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Attending Retirement Celebrations Elected Officials Opinion 13-139 Background: A judge asked if he may purchase tickets to, and attend, retirement celebrations for two elected public officials who have served the same jurisdiction in which ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — SCAR Hearing Officers: Opinion 13-133

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  SCAR Hearing Officers Principal Law Clerks — Political Activities Opinion 13-133 Background: An administrative judge states that the roster of Small Claims Assessment Review hearing officers has been expanded to include principal law clerks. The ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Referring Defendants to Government Programs: Opinion 13-191

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  Referring Defendants to Government Programs Opinion 13-191 Background: A judge asks whether it is ethically permissible for a judge to refer a defendant, as part of his sentencing, to the “Alive at 25” program. ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Judge’s Law-related Book: Opinion 13-123

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  Judge’s Law-related Book  Appropriate Title Opinion 13-123 Background: A full-time judge states that a he wrote a book about a topic relevant to criminal justice, focusing on what the courts of specified jurisdictions have decided ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Law Firm Colleague’s Lawyer Spouse: Opinion 13-49

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  Law Firm Colleague’s Lawyer Spouse Opinion 13-49 Background: A part-time judge who is also employed at a law firm states that one of the firm’s associates is engaged to be married to an assistant district ...

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