Judge Suspended Without Pay in Misconduct Case

, The Legal Intelligencer

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A Philadelphia judge facing allegations that he violated both the state constitution and judicial codes of conduct by failing to disclose all of the details of the cases in which he was a defendant to a bar association committee reviewing his candidacy for recommendation to the voters has been suspended a second time — this time without pay.

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  • Dirogo

    Maybe the third time will be the charm. wouldn't be nice if we all got that many chances.

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