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Tag Archives: Commission on Judicial Conduct

Judicial watchdog seeks reforms

Despite perennial inaction by lawmakers, the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has once again recommended three reforms related to the Commission’s duties. The 290-page annual report included a call for the state Legislature to allow the state Court ...

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Klonick re-elected commission chair

Perinton Town Justice Thomas A. Klonick has been re-elected chair of the state Commission on Judicial Conduct for another two-year term. Justice Klonick has been a member of the commission since 2005, serving as its chair since 2008. The commission ...

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Chautauqua judge disciplined

The state Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that David A. Prince, a justice of the Pomfret Town Court and Fredonia Village Court, Chautauqua County, should be admonished. In a determination dated Dec. 18 and made public Monday, the commission ...

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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 Nassau County judge

The state Commission on Judicial Conduct, in a determination dated June 18 and made public Monday, has found that Judge David McAndrews should be censured. The commission found Judge McAndrews, of the District Court in Nassau County, failed to file ...

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