Among the publicly reported judicial disciplinary cases handled by Richard E. Grayson are the following. Note that cases that result solely in public discipline and that are not appealed to the Court of Appeals are found on the website for the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct. Letters of dismissal and caution or letters of caution issued by the State Commission on Judicial Conduct are not publicly reported and are confidential under Judiciary Law Section 45.
Matter of Voetsch, (August 17, 2005): judge censured for creating appearance of impropriety.
Matter of Cerbone, 3 NY3d 479 (2005): judge removed from the bench for mishandling escrow funds in his private law practice and for making inappropriate expressions of displeasure against the Westchester County District Attorney.
Matter of Roepe, (June 27, 2001): judge censured for domestic dispute with spouse.
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