Four Jersey City, N.J., municipal judges, including the former chief judge, were charged Monday with improperly dismissing traffic and parking tickets for themselves, relatives, friends or colleagues.

Wanda Molina, who resigned as chief judge on Sept. 20, was charged with second-degree official misconduct, as were part-time Judges Pauline Sica and Victor Sison, who took unpaid leaves of absence last month. All three have since been replaced.

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