After three hours of secret deliberation, the Judicial Review Council voted Friday evening to suspend former Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice William J. Sullivan for 15 days for violating two canons of the state Judicial Code of Conduct.

Sullivan came under fire for purposely delaying the release of a Supreme Court ruling that he feared would impact Justice Peter T. Zarella’s chances of being confirmed as Sullivan’s replacement.

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