Tag Archives: censure

Censure called for downstate judge

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that Edward D. Burke Sr., a justice of the Southampton Town Court in Suffolk County, should be censured. The commission last week found that Judge Burke engaged in four acts ...

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Avon justice censured

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that Michael A. Torregiano, a justice of the Avon Town Court in Livingston County, should be censured. In a determination dated Aug. 26 and made public Wednesday, the commission found ...

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Censure called for Bronx judge

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that Lee L. Holzman, a judge of the Surrogate’s Court, Bronx County, should be censured. In a determination dated Dec. 13 and made public Tuesday, the commission found that Judge ...

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Censure called for Manhattan judge

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that New York County Surrogate’s Judge Nora S. Anderson should be censured. In an Oct. 1 determination,  made public Wednesday, the commission found that Judge Anderson accepted $250,000 in “disguised ...

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Schenectady County justice faces censure

A Schenectady County justice who was ticketed on a loose dog violation and then appeared to attempt to influence the judges who would decide on the matter should be censured, according to the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct. ...

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Tioga County judge faces censure

A Tioga County judge who accidentally discharged a revolver while trying to repair the firearm in his courthouse chambers should be censured, according to the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct. Judge Vincent Sgueglia, a judge of the county, ...

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Censure called for St. Lawrence justice

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that Paul M. Lamson, a justice of the Fowler Town Court, St. Lawrence County, should be censured for engaging in a series of out-of-court communications with a defense attorney and ...

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Oswego judge facing censure

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that P. Michael Shanley, a judge of the Oswego City Court, Oswego County, should be censured for acting as an attorney in four cases in the Oswego City Court. Judge ...

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Suffolk County Family Court judge censured

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that Andrew G. Tarantino Jr., a judge of the Family Court, Suffolk County, should be censured for an improper out-of-court meeting with a treatment program defendant.

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