Terrence O'Connor (See Profile) of Queens has been censured by the Commission on Judicial Conduct for continuing to serve as a fiduciary after becoming a full-time judge and for neglecting to disclose on four documents that his residence was targeted in a foreclosure action. Records made public Wednesday show that O'Connor, who has been on the Civil Court since 2009, continued to serve as a court-appointed fiduciary in several cases without approval. Full-time judges are not permitted to serve as fiduciaries for nonfamily members without the approval of the chief administrator of the courts. Also, on his initial fiduciary application and three reapplication forms submitted before becoming a judge, O'Connor did not disclose a pending foreclosure action involving his primary residence.
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