Gov. Cuomo is set to fill up to three vacancies in the Appellate Division court in Manhattan, where the caseload is already light and the 17 current justices don’t have enough to do, courthouse observers told The Post.
“I don’t think there’s enough work to take care of the people who are here,” a source said of the court. “I think they could manage with fewer judges and the work would be accomplished just as well.”
The appeals-court job is considered a plum assignment and viewed largely as a patronage appointment. The job comes with a raise in annual salary to $144,000 from $136 ,700.
Appellate cases are heard by five-judge panels, and each judge sits on the bench just once a week.
The Governor’s Office would only say that the selection process was ongoing.
and the beat goes on...
President Andrew Jackson's
It's alive and well....renamed "patronage positions" !
And here's an opportunity to stack the court with some judges that might be friendly to over development....
The dumber the voters get....
the easier it is to f--k 'em!
Tune out and get screwed....
Democracy not at work!
I wonder what the political IQ of Queens is?
Andy intends to run for prez someday just like his daddy once tried to.
Seat a few influential money raising judges and they'll raise the necessary $$$$$ needed.
This is another shady dynasty worth keeping an eye on!
Andrew, like his father, is a thug! Period.
Quote: The Political IQ of Queens ?
Id say about the average shoe size!
This number drops to "average height" in feet as the 800,000+ anchor jackpot babys in those daycare centers the mayor and DOE call "schools" come of voting age.
Most of us will live long enough to witness the complete death of an American city and nation.
These lib pinko "we know best" judges Cuomo II will appoint will make sure of it.
The small private home owners in Queens are going to be royally screwed.
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