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Reynold Mason

Reynold Mason

Reynold Mason, who had served on the Supreme Court bench since 1997, was removed by the Court of Appeals on May 1st, 2003 for unethical conduct. The Commission on Judicial Conduct had determined that Mason had "abused an escrow account and cheated his brother-in-law and his landlord" (as Tom Robbins of the Village Voice put it); he illegally subletted his rent-stabilized apartment in downtown Brooklyn to his brother-in-law. Mason refused to cooperate with the commission's inquiry. He reportedly used the extra $336 a month he made from his illegal sublet to pay child support and make political donations. The charges of impropriety levied against Mason were found to violate provisions on judicial conduct.
Gerald Garson