A New York Supreme Court justice on Tuesday said that his former law clerk was telling “lies” when she accused him last year of having an improper ex parte conversation with a prosecutor before a murder trial.

The judge, Justice Jaime A. Rios, was testifying at an unusual hearing in Queens Supreme Court on Tuesday to determine if Tyrone Johnson, a convicted murderer sentenced to 20 years in prison, deserves a new trial.

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