Judicial Ethics Opinion 15-204

New York Law Journal

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In general, a judge may preside in a case even though the judge's secretary once provided freelance transcription services at an earlier stage while it was pending in another court. However, the judge is disqualified, subject to remittal, if an attorney who is paying for the transcription services appears before him/her. That obligation continues until the work is completed and all fees are paid. Neither disclosure nor disqualification is required when the secretary's services are paid for by the Unified Court System.

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