The state Supreme Court has issued a reprieve to Superior Court Judge Carlia Brady, announcing in an order that it feels a penalty short of removal from the bench is proper for an incident where she was accused of harboring a fugitive.

The order, issued Thursday, said the court was denying Brady’s motion to dismiss the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct’s presentment in her case. The order also said the court,  “having determined on its review of the matter that the appropriate quantum of discipline shall not include removal,” was inviting Brady to show cause why she should not “be publicly disciplined through the imposition of an appropriate sanction that is less than removal.”

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