NJ Judges Want Leniency For Dining With Convicted Ex-Official

Law360, New York (March 25, 2014, 9:06 PM EDT) -- Two New Jersey state judges on Tuesday asked the state’s judicial conduct board for leniency following accusations that dining and attending religious services with a convicted public official created an appearance of impropriety that hurt the court.

Superior Court Judge Raymond A. Reddin of Passaic County, N.J., and Gerald Keegan, a part-time municipal judge in Paterson, N.J., appeared before the state's Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct Tuesday to ask the committee to forego formal discipline due to their public fraternization with Anthony Ardis, a former Passaic...
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