State cites judges for fixing traffic ticket

NORWICH – A Town of Norwich justice tendered his resignation and a Guilford justice was censured by a state commission after it found the men were involved in fixing a traffic ticket for a Norwich City Schools bus driver in 2008.



Attorneys for the commission said the driver had been involved in an occupied school bus crash in which police said he failed to yield the right of way.

As a result of the investigation, Norwich Justice David J. Evans resigned April 1, with eight months left on his current term. He also agreed not to seek any judicial office in the future, reported the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.


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