Peter Tourison, a New Jersey municipal judge who drove while intoxicated, told an ethics committee at a hearing Wednesday that the proper quantum of discipline is a reprimand, nothing more.

But comments by members of the state Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct suggest that he may draw a stiffer sanction if his antics while waiting to take a breath test are put into the equation.

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