ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The New York State Commission
on Judicial Conduct reports processing 1,785 new complaints against
state and local judges last year and authorizing 182 full
The commission's 2012 public decisions in 2012
include three admonitions, nine censures, three removals from office and
five public stipulations where judges resigned and agreed to never
again hold judicial office.
Commission Administrator Robert Tembeckjian says there were fewer complaints and initial inquiries
last year but more investigations and disciplines than the year before.
Measured against the last five years, he says statistically it was about average.
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