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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

2nd Sampson Hearing Set for September 24, 2009

Published on New York State Senate (http://www.nysenate.gov)
Senate Standing Committee on the Judiciary Notice of Public Hearing
By John L. Sampson - Created 09/14/2009 - 3:57pm

SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


SUBJECT: The Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, the grievance committees of the various Judicial Districts and the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.

PURPOSE: This hearing will review the mission, procedures and level of public satisfaction with the Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, the grievance committees of the various Judicial Districts as well as the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.


New York City
Thursday September 24, 2009 - 10 A.M.
250 Broadway, 19th Floor Hearing Room
New York, New York 10007


ORAL TESTIMONY BY INVITATION ONLY

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court is the entity that is legally responsible for enforcing the Rules of Professional Conduct governing the conduct of attorneys in New York State. The Appellate Division Departments have created grievance committees that are charged with the investigation of complaints against attorneys. Within the First Judicial Department the Departmental Disciplinary Committee of the Appellate Division investigates complaints against attorneys. The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct was created by the State Constitution and is charged with investigating complaints against Judges and Justices of the Unified Court System.

According to the 2009 Report of the Commission on Judicial Conduct, there were 1,923 complaints filed in 2008. Yet of these complaints only 262 were investigated and of those, 173 were dismissed. This hearing will examine the processes and procedures that are followed by the various agencies charged with the responsibility of enforcing the rules and regulations that must be followed by the Judiciary and the Bar in the State of New York. It will also evaluate public satisfaction with the disciplinary process.

Senator John L. Sampson

The June 8, 2009 hearing is on two videos:

24 comments:

One VERY Angry Victim of NY's Court Corruption! said...

Let the fun begin!!

Anonymous said...

Screw letting the FUN begin!

Let the arrests begin. Tembeckjian and Friedberg should be the first corrupt couple.

Ok Already Enough is Enough said...

This HEARING should be for indictments!!!BRING DOWN THE HOUSE!!! There's so much evidence it isn't funny!!!SO, WHEN ARE THE FEDS going to make these arrests?

I'm Praying everyday... When am I going to see these THUGS hauled OFF in HANDCUFFS!!!!!

Anonymous said...

It's only listed for one day? With all the victims there are enough people for weeks! So why only one day? Are all the big law firms and retired Judges going to take over and control the hearing so the victims of their criminal acts can't be heard? How much media will be there?

Anonymous said...

I hope some feds will be there. They'll be easy to spot as they will be doubled over laughing over what they hear. Obviously, it's the victims who will look beaten. Yes, beaten by a system of law so corrupt that it has ruined any faith anyone could have in the NY system of law.

wondering said...

Will Friedberg be allowed to talk this time? Or will Martin Gold keep the little mutt quiet by his heel like Albany. And what about Rearend (aka Riordan), the so-called Chairman of the DDC (the Disgusting Doghouse of Corruption), show up and show his face.
MEMO to Fridberg and Riordan: bring a toothbrush, wear loose clothes. You'll find out why....

Anonymous said...

Frank, get a list of names together
make sure they are on the invitation list........

you are thanked every day for you efforts!

Anonymous said...

are they just inviting people
nine days before the meeting?
does that sound right to anyone?
will it be broadcasted?
and hopefully rebroadcasted, so those they try to make fearful will speak

Anonymous said...

I thought our senator wanted transperancy...........
I will show how transparent he is, I hope I get an invite!

Anonymous said...

he has such big nu nu's to stage a coup, and brag about it,
let us see if they are big enough to make sure this is publicized.............

Anonymous said...

make sure the invitation list is copied and given to a person appearing at this meeting and asking them why the rest of us do not have an invite!

Anonymous said...

he is making a list
he's checking it twice
gonna find out
whos naughty or nice

Anonymous said...

I object to such short notice on the alleged "Public Hearing." Is the fix in on this? They pulled this game with the Lippman hearing and Frank didn't give anyone notice about it until the day of the hearing. We all know what happened in Albany on June 8th. The result was that many people who had traveled great distances didn't get to speak. What will it be this time? Not enough time for everyone to speak? So the DDC et al. will occupy the time and we get the shaft again? Every time I watch the videos of the June 8th I get sick. For an attorney who was the former head of the bar association to say he was going to give someone the finger on tape was crude and rude. It also showed the level of arrogance and corruption that these bums have towards the citizens/victims. I say he should be disbarred ASAP!

Anonymous said...

At the end of the Albany hearing they (frieberg and company) were supposed to respond to the charges made at the hearing. We know that it would be hollow words to wast time. That what they say would have been a waste of time as thier opening remarks.
They never did make a clossing statement I think when they make thier worthless statement at the opening of the hearings Sampson should ask them to try and ask them what they intend to do about the charges against them and friends. In my opinion Albany meeting was not completly finished.
Sampson is letting those guys off easy. I question Sampsons motives.
Sampson himself is a lawyer, they will never turn another lawyer in.

Anonymous said...

Friedberg is too stupid to see the writing on the wall.
The man is a stone imbecile.

Tembeckjian is just as evil but has a few brain cells. he may jump ship when Lippman throws him to the dogs.

Thee bastards will pay for destroying countless lives. Its just a matter of time.

Anonymous said...

maybe we should contact our Senators and ask them for transparency, a publicized event, which may also be proof of their intentions in their response!

Anonymous said...

just sent my senator a mail asking him to post and have this televised for transparency in our gov't, I wonder if he will respond, since I requested the date a hearing will be held in the 8th and asked for an invite!

Anonymous said...

I have no confidence in anything state organized....but I believe that since they set a date for information to be presented...that anyone invited should be cautious and only present short...but impactful statements....that allow Sampson et al...to get the facts. The desire is to not allow them to take long ramblings and tag those parts as situations that are not pertitent to corruption....thus determining the entire event is not relevant.

The NY state governemnt may receive information within long statements that makes a case for corruption...but they will focus on items that are superfluous, that give then a release to nullify the entire content.

Be short and concise as they know all of us .... especially when disturbed and distraught..... tend to editorialize our presentations.

NY state will be looking for excess irrelevant material when they produce a finding or report to negate or minimize the corruption.

This advice is a strong effort to get our point across when non-independent sources pretend to investigate their own malfeasance, but really intend to consciously blanche out the serious and truthfully laden allegations!

Be careful and thoughful in your preparations for your presentation. Punch them out with short and artful commentaries.

Galison said...

URGENT!!!!!

CALL THE PRESS!!!!!

CALL YOUR LOCAL MEDIA!!!!!

Lippman and his friends do not want this hearing to be publicized.

IT IS UP TO US!!!!!

Anonymous said...

SEND A COPY TO YOUR SENATOR

WE WANT IT TELEVISED

WE WANT TRANSPERANCY!

Eliot Bernstein said...

We should start some form letters for everyone to add their name on to various committee members, press, etc. regarding the hearings, etc. I know somebody wants to do those letters v. me or they will be 200-300 pages.
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From: Eliot I. Bernstein
Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 10:36 PM
To: 'Lisa Lashley @ New York State Senator John L. Sampson (D, WF) @ 19th Senate District (sampson@senate.state.ny.us)'
Subject: REQUEST TO TESTIFY @ Thursday September 24, 2009 JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HEARINGS

Dear Lisa Lashley c/o The Honorable John L. Sampson ~ Chairman of the NY Senate Judiciary Committee,

Lisa ~ Per our prior conversations regarding my giving testimony at the initial hearings on June 08, 2009 which I was slated for in Albany, as you know, despite my travel under medical treatment to testify, the Senate Coup took place in the Capitol Building in Albany during the hearing and shut them down just prior to my testimony. I have previously forwarded you an outline of the information I will be testifying about and how it relates to the Whistleblower, Christine C. Anderson of the First Department’s testimony, please let me know if you need that again or any other information. Anderson in her original lawsuit filing mentions my companies Iviewit complaints against Thomas Cahill and Steven C. Krane (former Pres of the NYSBA and First Dept Official) ordered for Investigation by the First Department for Conflict of Interest and the Appearance of Impropriety. Since the hearings, Judge Scheindlin has moved to bring Anderson’s lawsuit to trial and Judge Scheindlin has legally related my trillion-dollar lawsuit to Anderson’s lawsuit. I am requesting a 15-minute time slot to appear and give testimony before the Committee. Thank you in advance for your help in these matters and I look forward to seeing you again at the next hearings. Please reply to this email to confirm receipt. Best ~ Eliot Bernstein

Senate Standing Committee on the Judiciary Notice of Public Hearing
Posted by John L. Sampson on Monday, September 14th, 2009
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
SUBJECT: The Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, the grievance committees of the various Judicial Districts and the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct
PURPOSE: This hearing will review the mission, procedures and level of public satisfaction with the Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, the grievance committees of the various Judicial Districts as well as the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct

New York City
Thursday September 24, 2009
10 A.M.
250 Broadway, 19th Floor Hearing Room
New York, New York 10007

ORAL TESTIMONY BY INVITATION ONLY

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court is the entity that is legally responsible for enforcing the Rules of Professional Conduct governing the conduct of attorneys in New York State. The Appellate Division Departments have created grievance committees that are charged with the investigation of complaints against attorneys. Within the First Judicial Department the Departmental Disciplinary Committee of the Appellate Division investigates complaints against attorneys. The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct was created by the State Constitution and is charged with investigating complaints against Judges and Justices of the Unified Court System.

According to the 2009 Report of the Commission on Judicial Conduct, there were 1,923 complaints filed in 2008. Yet of these complaints only 262 were investigated and of those, 173 were dismissed. This hearing will examine the processes and procedures that are followed by the various agencies charged with the responsibility of enforcing the rules and regulations that must be followed by the Judiciary and the Bar in the State of New York. It will also evaluate public satisfaction with the disciplinary process.

Galison said...

Send this link to everyone you know!


http://www.nysenate.gov/press-release/senate-standing-committee-judiciary-notice-public-hearing
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Laser said...

Keep up the Good Work

Through collective efforts we are going to get National attention to the Federal DE and NY State Supreme Court Corruption of the eToys case involving Paul Traub and Marc Dreier.

www.petters-fraud.com/DOJ_Cover_UP.html

The DOJ shut down the Public Corruption Unit and Threatened career Asst US Attorneys when the response was due about the related cases and the US Attorney in DE being a partner with the cohorts of Paul Traub who confessed to supplication of 34 false affidavits and deliberately deceiving the Court!

Laser said...

The Petters trial has begun and the witness list already is de minus the key persons guilty most.

Paul Traub, Frank Vennes and the protected Jeffries.

www.petters-fraud.com

The NY Supreme Court case 601805/2002 has nearly 1/2 the docket Under SEAL as Traub knows we caught them red-handed (previously) by docket record faux pas.

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See Video of Senator John L. Sampson's 1st Hearing on Court 'Ethics' Corruption

The first hearing, held in Albany on June 8, 2009 hearing is on two videos:


               Video of 1st Hearing on Court 'Ethics' Corruption
               The June 8, 2009 hearing is on two videos:
         
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               CLICK HERE TO SEE Part 2