New Jersey’s high tribunal for judicial ethics transgressions says censure is the appropriate discipline for State Supreme Court Justice Roberto Rivera-Soto for misusing his office to advance a personal interest.

The Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct, in a presentment issued Wednesday, found Rivera-Soto violated canons of ethics and a court rule by speaking to police, prosecutors and court officials about a criminal case in which his son was the complaining witness.

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