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The New York State Unified Court System (NYSUCS) Provides All Citizens With the Right to File a Complaint for Judicial Misconduct.
The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct was established to review citizens’ complaints against judges and to enforce discipline on judges who are found to have violated the code of ethics or the provisions of New York States Judicial Law.
The Commission’s authority derives from Article 6, Section 22, of the Constitution of the State of New York, which went into effect in April 1978 after overwhelming approval in the November 1977 election.
The Commission on Judicial Conduct, or CJC for short, received, reviews, prosecutes your claims against out-of-control judges or judges who simply don’t have a clue how to behave. You can find out more about the CJC at their website at: http://www.scjc.state.ny.us/index.html. There is simple form that you can fill out to make a complaint, but please follow the instructions to ensure that you get justice.
We have obtained a copy of a complaint filed with the Commission against Coeymans Town Justice George Dardiani alleging that he violated a number of the provisions of the New York State Code of Judicial Conduct and demanding
Dardianis removal from office and that he be banned from ever running for judicial office again.
We are providing a copy of that complaint at: Remove Dardiani.The complaint is based on the fact that during the period preceding the RCS school budget vote Dardiani displayed on his front lawn a sign announcing and broadcasting his support for the YES! party. By placing that sign on his front lawn Dardiani the complaint alleges that Dardiani violated at least four sections of the Code of Judicial Conduct.
Stay tuned for updates on the progress of the complaint and the Commission’s disposition and response or discipline imposed on Dardiani.
What are the odds that Dardiani will get Greg Teresi to make a call to dear old dad Joe Teresi to try to fix things? Joe Teresi has already had a couple of battles with the CJC, and lost both, when the Commission found Joe guilty of anti-pro-se bias and depriving a litigant of his rights! Won’t work Greg, so save your dime. Sorry George, you don’t have a godfather on the Commission! The Commission eats dirty judges for breakfast. And Greg, Joe, your petty mafioso tactics work only in Ravena-Coeymans.
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