A municipal judge facing ethics charges for representing an officer of the same city says his infraction wasn’t deliberate because the rule against it doesn’t spell out who is an “officer.”

Richard Obuch, in his July 13 answer to the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct’s complaint, admits he represented Elizabeth’s former director of policy and planning, Oscar Ocasio, in three civil cases unrelated to the city government.

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