With nearly two decades of judicial experience, a New York state Supreme Court justice should have known better than to engage in fund raising on behalf of a networking group, the Commission on Judicial Conduct decided Tuesday. Among the activities cited was Justice Marion T. McNulty's distribution of fund-raiser fliers to court employees and attorneys, and her solicitation of donations from lawyers who appeared before her.
N.Y. Judge Admonished for Fund Raising
April 5, 2007
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