The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has voted “no confidence” in its chairman, matrimonial lawyer Raoul Felder, because of the inflammatory nature of a book, entitled “Schmucks!” he wrote with comedian Jackie Mason.
The agency’s 10 commissioners — all but Felder — were unanimous in expressing their loss of confidence. Felder did not participate in the deliberations.
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