7 Cited authorities

  1. Matter of Duckman

    699 N.E.2d 872 (N.Y. 1998)   Cited 17 times

    92 N.Y.2d 141 699 N.E.2d 872, 677 N.Y.S.2d 248 In the Matter of Hon. Lorin M. DUCKMAN, a Judge of the Criminal Court of the City of New York, Kings County, Petitioner. State Commission on Judicial Conduct, Respondent. 1998-06627 New York Court of Appeals July 7, 1998. Ronald G. Russo and Richard W. Levitt, New York City, for petitioner. Gerald Stern, Robert H. Tembeckjian and Jean M. Savanyu, New York City, for respondent. Russell M. Gioiella and Thomas H. Burt, New York City, for New York Criminal

  2. Sardino v. Judicial Comm

    448 N.E.2d 83 (N.Y. 1983)   Cited 35 times
    In Sardino, the Syracuse City Court Judge presiding over criminal actions was charged with numerous acts of misconduct. It was alleged that during arraignments, he "created the impression that he did not respect the rights of defendants and lacked the temperament and impartiality required of a Judge."
  3. Matter of Cunningham

    442 N.E.2d 434 (N.Y. 1982)   Cited 25 times

    Argued October 13, 1982 Decided November 11, 1982 Proceeding pursuant to N.Y. Constitution, article VI, § 22 and Judiciary Law § 44, to review a determination of respondent State Commission on Judicial Conduct, dated April 20, 1982, that petitioner should be removed from the office of Justice of the Onondaga County Court, Onondaga County. Leonard Amdursky and Bruce O. Jacobs for petitioner. Albert B. Lawrence, Gerald Stern and Jean M. Savanyu for respondent. William F. FitzPatrick, John J. Dee, John

  4. Matter of Esworthy

    568 N.E.2d 1195 (N.Y. 1991)   Cited 15 times

    Argued January 4, 1991 Decided February 12, 1991 Jon S. Blechman for petitioner. Gerald Stern, Cathleen S. Cenci and Jean M. Savanyu for respondent. Donald M. Sukloff for Broome County Bar Association, amicus curiae. Per Curiam. In this proceeding, we are called upon to review a determination of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct that petitioner, a Judge of the Family Court of Broome County, committed certain acts of misconduct which warranted his removal from office (see, N Y Const, art VI

  5. Matter of Shilling

    415 N.E.2d 900 (N.Y. 1980)   Cited 25 times

    Argued October 8, 1980 Decided November 25, 1980 Stanley D. Steinhaus for petitioner. Gerald Stern and Jean Savanyu for respondent. Per Curiam. A Judge whose conduct off the Bench demonstrates a blatant lack not only of judgment but also of judicial temperment, and complete disregard of the appearances of impropriety inherent in his conduct, should be removed from office, notwithstanding that his reputation for honesty, integrity and judicial demeanor in the legal community has been excellent. The

  6. Matter of Steinberg

    409 N.E.2d 1378 (N.Y. 1980)   Cited 22 times

    Argued June 2, 1980 Decided July 1, 1980 Nathan R. Sobel for petitioner. Raymond S. Hack, Gerald Stern and Jean Savanyu for respondent. Per Curiam. In this proceeding to review a determination of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, we are called upon to consider whether the conduct of petitioner, a Judge of the New York City Civil Court, constituted a serious breach of judicial ethics warranting the imposition of the extreme sanction of removal from office. After having reviewed all of the

  7. Quinn v. Judicial Conduct

    54 N.Y.2d 386 (N.Y. 1981)   Cited 19 times
    In Quinn, we considered petitioner's alcoholism in reducing his sanction from removal for misconduct to retirement for disability, but the dispositive issue was not the mitigating effect of alcoholism on his improper off-the-Bench activities, but the fact that the Judge had recognized his physical incapacity and had tendered his resignation and applied for retirement prior to the commission's recommended determination of removal.