My First Wedding Ceremony

, New York Law Journal


David B. Saxe writes: Some judges are "marrying" judges, that is, they enjoy performing weddings and being part of those often joyous celebratory events. I didn't, for the most part, fall into this group, although when I first became a Civil Court judge, I received calls from time to time from the administrative judge asking whether I would be able to perform a wedding. After saying no a few times, I thought it prudent to answer in the affirmative lest my future part assignments take an unpleasant turn.

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