NJ Panel Accuses Hudson County Judge Of Misconduct

Law360, New York (June 5, 2012, 6:33 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey Superior Court judge in Hudson County has been accused of conduct violations for allegedly involving himself in his now wife's request for certain public school funding and litigation against her former husband, according to a complaint released Monday.

Judge Joseph V. Isabella created the appearance that he was attempting to use the clout of his office to advance his companion's interests and that he was improperly inserting himself into a contested legal matter, according to the two-count complaint from the state's Advisory Committee...
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