NJ Judges Say Meals With Indicted Admin Isn't Misconduct

Law360, New York (October 09, 2013, 6:36 PM ET) -- Two New Jersey judges accused of ethics violations for dining with a former Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission administrator who allegedly misused public employees for personal work have denied breaching judicial standards, according to case filings made available Tuesday.

In separate answers, Passaic County Superior Court Judge Raymond A. Reddin and Gerald Keegan, a part-time judge with the municipal court of Paterson, N.J., asked the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct to recommend no discipline for their meals with longtime friend Anthony Ardis after his much-publicized arrest in...
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