Silver Taps Ciparick for Indigent Services Board

, New York Law Journal


Former Court of Appeals judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick has been appointed to the state Indigent Legal Services Board, which distributes grants to agencies providing legal services to poor criminal defendants.

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  • Wgalison

    The NY Law Journal will not touch this with a ten foot pole, but Judge Lippman's nomination and confirmation (by now indicted Senator John Sampson) was blatantly fraudulent and corrupt.

    The "Public" Confirmation hearing chaired by Sampson was iviolative of the NY Constitution in virtually every respect - not the least of which being that the public was not invited - only friends and colleagues of Lippman who were handpicked to voice their approval.

    The Judicial Nomination Committee that nominated Lippman included Mafia lawyer Gerald Lefcourt, who was the financial and legal partner of a lawyer Lippman was illegally protecting from from prosecution for registration fraud.

    When a formal letter citing his blatant conflict of interest was sen tto the JNC, the response came from JNC Fred Brewington Jr, who stated in a recorded message that "“This is Fred Brewington. You sent me an email concerning the JNC Please do not send me any more information concerning this, and the information you did send me I’m going to shred at this point. Thank you.”

    The rampant corruption in the confirmation of Judge Lippman is thoroughly documented at:

    Neither Lippman, Samspon, Brweington or any of the others named in this blog has has ever contested the claims or evidence. That is because they are incontestable.

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