The removal of an Onondaga County Family Court judge for having sexual contact with his handicapped 5-year-old niece more than 40 years ago will stand. The state Court of Appeals on Thursday unanimously agreed to uphold the Aug. 17 decision of the state Commission on Judicial Conduct that Bryan R. Hedges should be removed from […]
Family Court Judge Dandrea L. Ruhlmann was just a small child when she decided to become a lawyer. Now, she is a judge helping children and their families. “I basically pronounced to my parents at age 5, that I would be a lawyer,” she said smiling. “But, I obviously didn’t have a concept of what […]
NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Family Court Judge Community Screening of a Documentary Opinion 11-118 Background: A family court judge asked whether he may host a community screening of a documentary film about incarcerated women and the effects of a long-term prison sentence on the mother/child relationship. The judge would plan, organize and facilitate […]
WARRENSBURG — An upstate man has been accused of threatening a family court judge because he was unhappy about a delay in a child custody or visitation case. The Warren County Sheriff's office says 57-year-old Leonard Bradway Jr.
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. — A Long Island judge who is the target of complaints from a victim’s advocacy group has been given other duties pending the findings of a state investigation.
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