Judith McMahon, a former administrative judge and spouse of Staten Island’s district attorney who was transferred to a new court part in Manhattan amid accusations from a court clerk that she improperly intervened in criminal matters at the courthouse, returned to Staten Island for a new assignment earlier this month.

A spokesman for the state court system said an investigation has been completed into the revelation that Michael Pulizotto, the former chief clerk at the courthouse on Staten Island, surreptitiously recorded conversations with judges and court employees. Court administrative officials, however, are not disclosing the findings while Pulizotto pursues a lawsuit against the court system.

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