The Commission on Judicial Conduct on Friday unanimously called for the removal of Albany Supreme Court Justice Thomas J. Spargo on charges that he shook down lawyers for contributions to his defense fund after he was accused of other misconduct.

Although Spargo’s attorney blasted the watchdog agency’s evidence as “woefully weak,” he said that there would be no appeal, meaning his client’s judicial career is over.

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