A New Jersey judge is facing ethics charges for allegedly making a new law clerk work off-the-clock for no pay, secretly taping conversations with other judges and court officials and for having her secretary perform personal tasks, including her high school-age son’s homework.

The state Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct issued a three-count complaint against Superior Court Judge Deborah Gross-Quatrone on Tuesday accusing her of violating three canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct.

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