of Commission Members & "Advisors":
|Milt Williams and Jonathan Lippman|
Milt William's "Fund For Modern Courts" were advocates for the omination and confirmation of Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, and were complicit in the illegal confirmation hearings of Lippman in 2009.
Raymond Kelly (advisor) has been the subject of thousands of complaints regarding alleged corruption within the NYPD, including the cover up of the murder of anti corruption whistleblower Sunny Sheu.
NY State: Conflict of interest Law
PUBLIC OFFICERS LAW 39
h. An officer or employee of a state agency, member of the legislature or legislative employee should endeavor to pursue a course of conduct which will not raise suspicion among the public that he is likely to be engaged in acts that are in violation of his trust.
i. No officer or employee of a state agency employed on a full-time basis nor any firm or association of which such an officer or employee is a member nor corporation a substantial portion of the stock of which is owned or con- trolled directly or indirectly by such officer or employee, should sell goods or services to any person, firm, corporation or association which is licensed or whose rates are fixed by the state agency in which such officer or employee serves or is employed.
4. Violations. In addition to any penalty contained in any other provision of law any such officer, member or employee who shall knowingly and inten- tionally violate any of the provisions of this section may be fined, suspended or removed from office or employment in the manner provided by law. Any such individual who knowingly and intentionally violates the provisions of paragraph b, c, d or i of subdivision three of this section shall be subject to a civil penalty in an amount not to exceed ten thousand dollars and the value of any gift, compensation or benefit received as a result of such violation. Any such individual who knowingly and intentionally violates the provisions of paragraph a, e or g of subdivision three of this section shall be subject to a civil penalty in an amount not to exceed the value of any gift, compensation or benefit received as a result of such violation.