The state supreme court and the Appellate Court kept Arroyo on the ballot.
Some codes of conduct:
The judge knows that the judge or the judge’s spouse, or a person
known by the judge to be within the fourth degree of relationship to either of them, or the spouse of such a person, is acting as a lawyer in the proceeding.
The Stanley Schlein Vargas legal team are clearly within the fourth degree with all the Bronx familia.
NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION CODE OF JUDICIAL CONDUCT
Adopted by the New York State Bar Association
Seems someone who donated to the Arroyo campaign violates:
Judge’s staff. A judge shall prohibit members of the judge’s staff who are the
judge’s personal appointees from engaging in the following political activity:
(1) holding an elective office in a political organization, except as a delegate to
a judicial nominating convention or a member of a county committee other than the executive committee of a county committee;
(2) contributing, directly or indirectly, money or other valuable consideration in amounts exceeding $500 in the aggregate during any calendar year to all political campaigns for political office, and other partisan political activity including, but not limited to, the purchasing of tickets to political functions, except that this $500 limitation shall not apply to an appointee’s contributions to his or her own campaign. Where an appointee is a candidate for judicial office, reference also shall be made to appropriate sections of the Election Law
Appellate Court Lawyer Employee who donated $2500 to Arroyo with Arroyo’s husband.
Appellate Court Lawyer Employee who donated $2500 to Arroyo with Judge.
A second opinion on on it.