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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 12-175

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-time Judge Court Attorney — Same Court Opinion 12-175 Background: The inquiring judge asked whether he may serve simultaneously as a part-time judge and a part-time court attorney in the same court. There are ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 12-96

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-time Judge Traffic Ticket Negotiations Opinion 12-96 Background: A part-time judge was charged with a speeding violation. He asked whether he may personally or through an attorney negotiate with the prosecutor for a reduction ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 12-58

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-time Judge President of Fire Company Opinion 12-58 Background:  A newly elected part-time town justice asked whether he may continue to serve as president of a fire company. The fire company is a not-for-profit ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-Time Judge: Opinion 12-30

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-Time Judge Town Clerk — Reappointment Process Opinion 12-30 Background: A part-time judge asked whether he may accept or continue employment as clerk of the county legislature and attend the majority caucus once per ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-Time Judge: Opinion 12-134

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  Part-Time Judge Municipal Representation Opinion 12-134 Background: The inquiring judge asked whether it was ethically permissible to serve as town justice if the town where he presides retains his law firm to represent the ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-Time Judge: Opinion 12-32

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-Time Judge Expert in Forensic Science Opinion 12-32 Background: Before the inquiring judge assumed office, he operated a business as a certified expert in certain areas of forensic science, offering services such as handwriting ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-Time Judge: Opinion 12-19

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-Time Judge CLE Course Materials — Pecuniary Gain Opinion 12-19 Background: A part-time judge, who also practices law, plans to write course materials, including proprietary forms, for continuing legal education programs. The subjects of ...

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Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 11-100

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-time Judge Full-time News Reporter Opinion 11-100 Background: A part-time judge had previously worked as a freelance newspaper writer and a staff reporter. He inquires as to whether he may accept a position as ...

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Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 11-120

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  Part-time Judge Attorney Practicing Before Administrative Agencies — Lobbying Opinion 11-120 Background: A part-time judge and lawyer appears before, and interacts with, various administrative agencies and boards at the state and local levels. The ...

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Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 11-108

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-time Judge Part-time Divorce Attorney/Part-time Judge Opinion 11-108 Background: A part-time judge who is admitted to practice law stated that he arraigned a defendant on charges relating to various sexual crimes. The defendant waived ...

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Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Part-time Judge: Opinion 11-11

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Part-time Judge Security Guard Opinion 11-11 Background: A part-time non-lawyer judge asked whether he may accept employment with a private security firm to work as a security guard at a warehouse located within the ...

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