Criminal Complaint against Andrew Cuomo and Steven Cohen.
"NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE OF ERIC T. SCHNEIDERMAN ADMISSION
"ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST BY JAMES ROGERS, ESQ. IN HANDLING IVIEWIT TECHNOLOGIES & ELIOT BERNSTEIN’S CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS AGAINST ANDREW CUOMO AND STEVEN M. COHEN.
DEMAND FOR IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION OF ANDREW CUOMO AND ELIOT SPITZER FOR VIOLATIONS OF PUBLIC OFFICE RULES & FELONY RICO CRIMES.
CALL FOR NY ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CEASE ILLEGAL REPRESENTATIONS OF STATE SENIOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS, INCLUDING FORMER CHIEF JUDGE OF NEW YORK JUDITH KAYE IN THE IVIEWIT 12 TRILLION DOLLAR FEDERAL RICO AND ANTITRUST LAWSUIT, “LEGALLY RELATED” BY FEDERAL JUDGE SHIRA SCHEINDLIN TO A WHISTLEBLOWER LAWSUIT OF CHRISTINE C. ANDERSON A NEW YORK SUPREME COURT ATTORNEY.
Proskauer Rose and Foley Lardner Main Suspects in Patent Theft Worth Trillions
New York State Consolidated Laws Penal
ARTICLE 200 BRIBERY INVOLVING PUBLIC SERVANTS AND RELATED OFFENSES
S 200.03 Bribery in the second degree
S 200.04 Bribery in the first degree
S 200.05 Bribery; defense
S 200.10 Bribe receiving in the third degree
S 200.11 Bribe receiving in the second degree
S 200.12 Bribe receiving in the first degree
S 200.15 Bribe receiving; no defense
S 200.20 Rewarding official misconduct in the second degree
S 200.22 Rewarding official misconduct in the first degree S 200.25 Receiving reward for official misconduct in the second degree
S 200.27 Receiving reward for official misconduct in the first degree
S 200.30 Giving unlawful gratuities
S 200.35 Receiving unlawful gratuities
S 200.40 Bribe giving and bribe receiving for public office; definition of term
S 200.45 Bribe giving for public office
S 200.50 Bribe receiving for public office
ARTICLE 175 OFFENSES INVOLVING FALSE WRITTEN STATEMENTS
S 175.05 Falsifying business records in the second degree. S 175.10 Falsifying business records in the first degree.
S 175.15 Falsifying business records; defense
S 175.20 Tampering with public records in the second degree
S 175.25 Tampering with public records in the first degree
S 175.30 Offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree
S 175.35 Offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree
NY Constitution ARTICLE XIII Public Officers
Public Officers - Public Officers ARTICLE 1
ARTICLE 2 Appointment and Qualification of Public Officers - ARTICLE 15 ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
S 468-b. Clients` security fund of the state of New York
S 476-a. Action for unlawful practice of the law
S 476-b. Injunction to restrain defendant from unlawful practice of the law
S 476-c. Investigation by the attorney-general
S 487. Misconduct by attorneys
S 488. Buying demands on which to bring an action.
Public Officers Law SEC 73 Restrictions on the Activities Of Current and Former StateOfficers and Employees
Public Officers Law SEC 74 Code of Ethics
Conflicts of Interest Law, found in Chapter 68 of the New York City Charter, the City’s Financial Disclosure Law, set forth in section 12-110 of the New York City Administrative Code, and the Lobbyist Gift Law, found in sections 3-224 through 3-228 of the Administrative Code.
TITLE 18 FEDERAL CODE & OTHER APPLICABLE FEDERAL LAW
TITLE 18 PART I CH 11
Sec. 201. Bribery of public officials and witnesses
Sec. 225. - Continuing financial crimes enterprise
BRIBERY, GRAFT, AND CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
Sec. 205. - Activities of officers and employees in claims against and other matters affecting the Government
Sec. 208. - Acts affecting a personal financial interest
Sec. 210. - Offer to procure appointive public office
Sec. 225. - Continuing financial crimes enterprise
TITLE 18 PART I CH 79 Sec 1623 - False declarations before grand jury or court
Sec 654 - Officer or employee of United Statesconverting property of another
TITLE 18 PART I CH 73 Sec 1511 - Obstruction of State or local law enforcement
TITLE 18 PART I CH 96 Sec 1961 RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT Organizations (”RICO”)
Section 1503 (relating to obstruction of justice),
Section 1510 (relating to obstruction of criminal investigations)
Section 1511 (relating to the obstruction of State or local law enforcement),
Section 1952 (relating to racketeering),
Section 1957 (relating to engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity),
TITLE 18 PART I CH 96 SEC 1962 (A) RICO
TITLE 18 PART I CH 96 SEC 1962 (B) RICO
TITLE 18 PART I CH 96 SEC 1962 (C) RICO
title 18 part i ch 19 sec 1962 (d) RICO
TITLE 18 PART I CH 19 CONSPIRACY Sec 371 CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT OFFENSE OR TO DEFRAUD UNITED STATES
TITLE 18 PART I CH 95 RACKETEERING SEC 1957 Engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity
TITLE 18 PART I CH 47 Sec 1031 - Major fraud against the United States
Canon 1. A Judge Should Uphold the Integrity and Independence of the Judiciary
[1.1] Deference to the judgments and rulings of courts depends upon public confidence in the integrity and independence of judges. The integrity and independence of judges depends in turn upon their acting without fear or favor. Although judges should be independent, they must comply with the law, including the provisions of this Code.Public confidence in the impartiality of the judiciary is maintained by the adherence of each judge to this responsibility. Conversely, violation of this Code diminishes public confidence in the judiciary and thereby does injury to the system of government under law.
Canon 2. A Judge Should Avoid Impropriety and the Appearance of Impropriety in All Activities
(A) A judge shall respect and comply with the law and shall act at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary.
[2.2][2A] The prohibition against behaving with impropriety or the appearance of impropriety applies to both the professional and personal conduct of a judge. Because it is not practicable to list all prohibited acts, the proscription is necessarily cast in general terms that extend to conduct by judges that is harmful although not specifically mentioned in the Code. Actual improprieties under this standard include violations of law, court rules or other specific provisions of this Code. The test for appearance of impropriety is whether the conduct would create in reasonable minds a perception that the judge’s ability to carry out judicial responsibilities with integrity, impartiality and competence is impaired.
Canon 3. A Judge Should Perform the Duties of the Office Impartially and Diligently
(B) Adjudicative responsibilities.
(l) A judge shall be faithful to the law and maintain professional competence in it. A judge shall not be swayed by partisan interests, public clamor or fear of criticism.
(2) A judge shall require order and decorum in proceedings before the judge.
(D) Disciplinary responsibilities.
(1) A judge who receives information indicating a substantial likelihood that another judge has committed a substantial violation of this Part shall take appropriate action.
(2) A judge who receives information indicating a substantial likelihood that a lawyer has committed a substantial violation of the Code of Professional Responsibility shall take appropriate action.
(3) Acts of a judge in the discharge of disciplinary responsibilities are part of a judge’s judicial duties.
(1) A judge shall disqualify himself or herself in a proceeding in which the judge’s impartiality might reasonably be questioned
[3.11][3B(6)(e)] A judge may delegate the responsibilities of the judge under Canon 3B(6) to a member of the judge’s staff. A judge must make reasonable efforts, including the provision of appropriate supervision, to ensure that Section 3B(6) is not violated through law clerks or other personnel on the judge’s staff. This provision does not prohibit the judge or the judge’s law clerk from informing all parties individually of scheduling or administrative decisions.
[3.21][3E(1)] Under this rule, a judge is disqualified whenever the judge’s impartiality might reasonably be questioned, regardless whether any of the specific rules in Section 3E(1) apply. For example, if a judge were in the process of negotiating for employment with a law firm, the judge would be disqualified from any matters in which that firm appeared, unless the disqualification was waived by the parties after disclosure by the judge.
[3.22][3E(1)] A judge should disclose on the record information that the judge believes the parties or their lawyers might consider relevant to the question of disqualification, even if the judge believes there is no real basis for disqualification.
Canon 4. A Judge May Engage in Extra-Judicial Activities To Improve the Law, the Legal System, and the Administration of Justice
Canon 5. A Judge Should Regulate Extra-Judicial Activities To Minimize the Risk of Conflict with Judicial Duties
Public Office Conduct Codes New York
PUBLIC OFFICERS LAW Laws 1909, Chap. 51.
CHAPTER 47 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS PUBLIC OFFICERS LAW
Sec. 17. Defense and indemnification of state officers and employees. 2 (b)
Sec. 18. Defense and indemnification of officers and employees of public entities.3 (b)
Sec. 74. Code of ethics.(2)(3)(4)
§ 73. Business or professional activities by state officers and employees and party officers.
NY Attorney Conduct Code
(a) “Differing interests” include every interest that will adversely affect either the judgment or the loyalty of a lawyer to a client, whether it be a conflicting, inconsistent, diverse, or other interest.
CANON 5. A Lawyer Should Exercise Independent Professional Judgment on Behalf of a Client
DR 5-101 [1200.20] Conflicts of Interest - Lawyer’s Own Interests.
DR 5-102 [1200.21] Lawyers as Witnesses.
DR 5-103 [1200.22] Avoiding Acquisition of Interest in Litigation.
DR 5-104 [1200.23] Transactions Between Lawyer and Client.
DR 5-105 [1200.24] Conflict of Interest; Simultaneous Representation.
DR 5-108 [1200.27] Conflict of Interest - Former Client.
CANON 6. A Lawyer Should Represent a Client Competently
CANON 7. A Lawyer Should Represent a Client Zealously Within the Bounds of the Law
DR 7-102 [1200.33] Representing a Client Within the Bounds of the Law.
DR 7-110 [1200.41] Contact with Officials.
DR 8-101 [1200.42] Action as a Public Official.
DR 8-103 [1200.44] Lawyer Candidate for Judicial Office.
A. A lawyer who is a candidate for judicial office shall comply with section 100.5 of the Chief Administrator’s Rules Governing Judicial Conduct (22 NYCRR) and Canon 5 of the Code of Judicial Conduct.
CANON 9. A Lawyer Should Avoid Even the Appearance of Professional Impropriety
DR 9-101 [1200.45] Avoiding Even the Appearance of Impropriety.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing statements in this CONFLICT OF INTEREST DISCLOSURE FORM are true and correct. Executed on this ____ day of _______20__ the foregoing statements in this CONFLICT OF INTEREST DISCLOSURE FORM are true. I am aware that any false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements or claims will subject me to criminal, civil, or administrative penalties, including possible culpability in the RICO related crimes including the alleged attempted murder of the inventor Eliot Bernstein and his wife and children in a car-bombing attempt on their lives.
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I agree to accept responsibility for the unbiased review, and presentation of findings to the appropriate party(ies) who also have executed this CONFLICT OF INTEREST DISCLOSURE FORM. A lack of signature will serve as evidence that I have accepted this document withconflict in the event that I continue to represent the matters without signing such COI first and will be an admission of such conflict(s).
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Andrew Cuomo Criminal Charges - Proskauer Rose Law Firm Involved in Massive Cover Up.
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