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DORIS L. SASSOWER
                                      
v

COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL CONDUCT
OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

__________________________________________________________________________________________

SUPREME COURT - NEW YORK COUNTY
#95-109141
 

SASSOWER'S NOTICE OF RIGHT TO SEEK INTERVENTION, NOTICE OF PETITION, & VERIFIED PETITION, April 10, 1995

           Exhibit A: October 26, 1994 ad-complaint, "Where Do You Go When Judges Break the Law?"

        Exhibit B-1: Martindale-Hubbell law listing, 1989
        Exhibit B-2: Elected Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, 1989
        Exhibit C: October 5, 1989 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit D: October 24, 1991judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit E: January 2, 1992 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit F: December 4, 1992 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit G:  September 19, 1994 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit H: October 5, 1994 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit I: October 26, 1994 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit J: December 5, 1994 judicial misconduct complaint
        Exhibit K: Commission acknowledgment letters
        Exhibit L: Commission dismissal letters
        Exhibit M: January 22, 1993 letter to Commission
        Exhibit N:  May 20, 1986 judicial misconduct complaint


SASSOWER'S ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR STAY WITH TRO, May 11, 1995

    -- Doris Sassower's moving affidavit
    -- proposed default judgment
     Exhibit A:  Supreme Court/NY Co. May 4, 1994 memorandum to all parties
     Exhibit B: Doris Sassower's May 9, 1995 letter to Administrative Judge Ostrow



ATTORNEY GENERAL VACCO'S AFFIRMATION IN OPPOSITION TO APPLICATION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION, May 22, 1995


ATTORNEY GENERAL VACCO'S MOTION TO DISMISS, May 30, 1995



SASSOWER'S AFFIDAVIT IN OPPOSITION TO DISMISSAL MOTION AND IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF VERIFIED PETITION,  MOTION FOR INJUNCTION, DEFAULT & FOR SANCTIONS, June 8, 1995
    Exhibit O: transcript of May 11, 1995 proceedings
    Exhibit P: transcript of May 23, 1995 proceedings
    Exhibit Q: Commission graph of complaints & investigations
    Exhibit R: Affidavit of George Alessio, Esq.
            Ex. A:  George Alessio's November 11, 1993 judicial misconduct complaint
            Ex B: Report of Onondaga County Grand Jury
            Ex C: Commission's June 21, 1994 dismissal letter
            Ex D: George Alessio's June 27, 1994 letter to the Commission
            Ex E: Commission's July 15, 1994 response
   Exhibit S: Affidavit of Dr. Moses Weinstein
   Exhibit T: Doris Sassower's May 9, 1995 letter to Administrative Judge Ostrowe
   Exhibit U: Doris Sassower's May 15, 1995 letter to Assistant Attorney General Williams
   Exhibit V: Doris Sassower's May 22, 1995 letter to Assistant Attorney General Williams


SASSOWER'S MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN OPPOSITION TO DISMISSAL MOTION AND IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF VERIFIED PETITION, MOTION FOR INJUNCTION, AND DEFAULT JUDGMENT, FOR SANCTIONS & OTHER RELIEF, June 8, 1995
    Exhibit 1: Judiciary Law, Article 2A (1978)
    Exhibit 2: NYS Constitution, Article VI, Sec. 22
    Exhibit 3: Judiciary Law, Article 2A (1974)
    Exhibit 4: Judiciary Law, Article 2A (1976)
    Exhibit 5: 1975 Constitutional Amendment


SASSOWER'S NOTICE TO FURNISH RECORD TO THE COURT, June 9, 1995


SASSOWER'S AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF PROPOSED INTERVENORS, June 9, 1995

 

                                                                               Intervenors



Judge Herman Cahn's July 13, 1995 decision
 
*   *   *

CJA's 3-page analysis of Judge Cahn's fraudulent judicial decision, set forth at pp. 1-3 of its December 15, 1995 letter to Assembly Judiciary Committee
    Ex. A:  22 NYCRR 7000.1 (Definitions), 7000.3 (Investigations & dispositions);
               Judiciary Law 44 (Complaint, investigation; hearing and disposition);
               NYS Constitution, Article VI, Sec. 22
    Ex. B: "Comm'n Abandons Investigative Mandate", CJA ltr to editor, NYLJ, August 14, 1995
    Ex. C: CJA's September 14, 1995 letter to Henry Berger, Chairman/Commission on Judicial Conduct
    Ex. D: CJA's September 14, 1995 letter to Richard Rifkin, Executive Director/Ethics Commission
    Ex. E: CJA's September 19, 1995 letter to Attorney General Dennis Vacco
    Ex. F: CJA's August 22, 1995 letter to John Feerick, Chairman/Fund for Modern Courts
    Ex. G: John Feerick's August 28, 1995 letter
    Ex. H: January 16, 1987 judicial misconduct complaint, filed with Commission by M.L. Henry, Jr.
    Ex. I: Commission on Judicial Conduct's January 23, 1987 & July 24, 1987 acknowledgment & dismissal letters
    Ex. J: transcript excerpt from September 22, 1987 Assembly Judiciary Committee hearing on Comm'n on Judicial Conduct
    Ex. K: final page of M.L. Henry, Jr.'s written testimony


   SEE also: CJA's analysis of the proceedings & decision in "Restraining 'Liars in the Courtroom' & on the Public Payroll", CJA's $3,077 ad, NYLJ, August 27, 1997
 

 
 

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