NJ Judge Suspended For Secretly Recording Boss Meetings

By Bill Wichert (January 24, 2019, 9:00 PM EST) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court on Thursday suspended a state judge without pay for two months for secretly recording meetings with a supervising jurist and then denying such conduct, as the justices found the judge improperly defied her superior's direction that the final meeting not be recorded.

The state's highest court handed down the suspension to Superior Court Judge Deborah M. Gross-Quatrone after adopting the findings and recommendations of the state's Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct, which concluded that the judge's act of insubordination amounted to violations of the state's Code of Judicial Conduct.

In a Sept. 10 presentment recommending the...

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