Editor’s note: Robert Zweben is the city attorney of Albany.


Right. And the judges think they do not need continuing education and make comments such as “it is an honor to teach them.” Give me a break. Even this judge’s boss knew he wasn’t getting the work done, but it sure took him long enough to do something about it ["A second judge faces charges over late rulings," Aug. 3]. And as for the continuing education debate, you can walk into any courtroom up and down this state on any given day and find a judge who is not up on the law. It should be mandatory for them the same as it is for the lawyers. The fact that they are protesting so much tells you all you need to know, especially in light of these disciplinary articles.

Katherine Codekas

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