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MINOR, FORMER PROSECUTOR AND JUDGE, PLEADS GUILTY IN WITNESS BRIBERY CASE

“Minor, 68, faces up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 in fines on the most serious charges — records falsification and obstruction — and must permanently…”

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MUNICIPAL JUDGE FACES ETHICS CHARGES FOR MOONLIGHTING AS MAYOR’S LAWYER

“A former municipal judge accused of doing legal work for his town’s mayor while serving on the bench has been charged with judicial ethics violations. Seth Davenport, who was…”

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Postman Bites Dog!

“Judge who was disciplined for dating bailiff sues judiciary. Former municipal court judge…”

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Ethics charge against judge for quip

Should Ethics Charges Against Judge for Quip About ‘Bund Meeting’ be Dismissed?

N.J. Law Journal Reports: The state Supreme Court has dismissed an ethics complaint against a Union County judge who made an off-color remark in the presence of a Jewish lawyer about a 1930s American pro-Nazi organization. This is not the first time Judge Wertheimer has been cautioned by the ethics committee. “Loose Lips Sink Ships” […]

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judge reprimanded for steamy emails

Ethics Charges Filed Against a N.J. Superior Court Judge Over Steamy E-mails to his Former Law Clerk

The Honorable Lawrence DeBello, age 51, a New Jersey Hudson County Superior Court Judge was unable to exercise any self restraint by continuing an inappropriate email relationship with his former law clerk. Judges are prohibited from using their judicial email account for personal use. Judge DeBello was called to task by the Hudson County Assignment […]

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