The New Jersey Supreme Court on June 29 suspended Passaic County Superior Court Judge Randolph Subryan for two months without pay, beginning July 3, after finding credible evidence he kissed a female law clerk against her wishes.

Writing for a unanimous court in In the Matter of Randolph M. Subryan, D-34-04, Chief Justice Deborah Poritz said the justices believed the allegations by former clerk Jennifer Breaton and rejected Subryan’s denials.

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