Judge Says He Is Fair But Accepts Recusal Request by Cozen Firm

, New York Law Journal


The judge did not address in his decision yesterday the allegation by Cozen that he had posted copies of an image of attorney John McDonough in his courtroom with the word "Wanted" printed on it, nor that he had drawn a bull's-eye on a head shot of McDonough.

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  • Chris Strunk

    Sinecure Justice Arthur M. Schack is a member of the "High Culture" according to an authoritative source that seems to operate by telephone justice to maintain the status quo! The question is, what makes him so vulnerable for him to act with such hubris?

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