Paper Trail Uncovers Judge's Political Advice

City DOI Report Accuses Kamins of Ethical Lapse

, New York Law Journal

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With a lengthy email trail, the judicial misconduct case against popular and well-regarded Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Barry Kamins will be difficult to defend, observers say, and may leave only the question of whether the judge's foray into politics will end in a reprimand, his resignation or removal from office.

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    If Dan Alonso said George was average you have to believe he was outstanding.

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