Perhaps it’s best for a judge under the microscope for allegedly abusing lawyers and witnesses not to express belligerence toward the investigative process. 

A Queens judge who is accused of doing just that has been placed under suspension by the New York Court of Appeals while it reviews a determination from the state’s judicial watchdog that he be removed from the bench for allegedly mistreating persons in his courtroom and failing to cooperate with the investigation into his conduct.

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