Judicial Ethics Opinion 16-95/16-107

New York Law Journal

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A judge may write a letter on behalf of a not-for-profit organization's grant application to assist crime victims, provided the letter describes only the judge's personal knowledge and experience with the organization and is limited to objective facts.

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