The New York judge who ordered 46 defendants detained when no one would acknowledge owning a cell phone that rang in his courtroom intends to appeal his recommended removal to the Court of Appeals.

Attorney Terrence M. Connors said Wednesday that Judge Robert M. Restaino “deeply regrets and sincerely apologizes” for his actions on March 11, 2005.

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