• Report: #843119

Complaint Review: Robert E Judge Esq. from 44 Court St

  • Submitted: Wed, February 22, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, February 22, 2012

  • Reported By: Pam — Queens New York United States of America
Robert E Judge Esq. from 44 Court St
44 Court Street Suite 1206 Brooklyn, New York United States of America

Robert E Judge Esq. from 44 Court St Judge, Robert E. If you did not get a summons or mailing from Robert E Judge which he claims he mailed, report him! Brooklyn , New York

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We had an experience where Robert E Judge (collection attorney in Brooklyn NY) who "claims" and even signed false affidavits of service stating he mailed summons and responses. We believe the US Postal Service always delivers and never had a problem receiving mail before. 

If you had the same problem with this man (he is from Brooklyn NY and Connecticut) report his actions so he will not be allowed to do it to someone else. This type of unethical behavior should be stopped. All this man wants is money and he is one of those collection attorneys that are that the bottom of the professional legal ladder.

He preys upon innocent people that do not know they have been targeted by Robert E Judge because they never received notification. That was our experience. 

How to Complain about Lawyers and JudgesTools |PrintBookmark & ShareComplaints about Professional Misconduct 

Lawyers admitted to practice in New York State are held to the standards in the Code of Professional Responsibility. These are high standards. A lawyer who violates the Code may be charged with professional misconduct. Some examples of professional misconduct are:Neglect  A lawyer fails to pursue your case and the action is dismissed or barred because of your lawyer's delay.Mishandling of Money  A lawyer takes your money and uses it for a purpose that was not agreed to by you or mingles it with someone else's money.Fraud  A lawyer lies to you about any aspect of your case.Conflict of Interest  A lawyer represents both sides and does not explain fully what problems may result.How to ComplainOne need not have been a client of a lawyer in order to complain about the lawyer's conduct. Telephone the appropriate committee to determine whether it uses a form for filing complaints. If the committee uses a form, it will mail one to you. If the grievance committee does not use a form for filing complaints, you should include:full name and address of the lawyer;a brief summary of the facts which you believe show misconduct by the lawyer;date(s) of the action(s) complained of;copies of any records, such as letters, documents, etc., which help explain the complaint you are making.The grievance committees are appointed by the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court. They operate on a regional basis, and their jurisdiction is based upon the location of the office of the attorney against whom a complaint is being made. You should make your complaint or inquiry known to the grievance committee that covers the county in which the attorneys office is located. The following is a list of the grievance committees and the counties over which they have jurisdiction. New York and Bronx Counties:
Departmental Disciplinary Committee for the First Department
61 Broadway, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10006
(212) 401-0800Kings, Queens and Richmond Counties:
Grievance Committee for the Second and Eleventh Judicial Districts
Renaissance Plaza
335 Adams Street, Suite 2400
Brooklyn, NY 11201-3745
(718) 923-6300Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester Counties:
Grievance Committee for the Ninth Judicial District
399 Knollwood Road, Suite 200
White Plains, NY 10603
(914) 949-4540Nassau and Suffolk Counties:
Grievance Committee for the Tenth Judicial District
6900 Jericho Turnpike
Syosset, NY 11791
(516) 364-7344Albany, Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Madison, Montgomery, Otsego, Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Sullivan, Tioga, Tompkins, Ulster, Warren and Washington Counties:
Committee on Professional Standards
40 Steuben Street
Albany, NY 12207
(518) 474-8816Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Onondaga and Oswego Counties:
Grievance Committee for the Fifth Judicial District
Syracuse Square
465 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
(315) 471-1835Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates Counties:
Grievance Committee for the Seventh Judicial District
Attorney Grievance Committee
50 East Avenue, Suite 404
Rochester, NY 14604-2206
(585) 530-3180
Fax: (585) 530-3191Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genessee, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming Counties:
Grievance Committee for the Eighth Judicial District
1036 Ellicott Square Building
Buffalo, NY 14203
(716) 858-1190What Happens After You File A Complaint?Review and Investigation
The Committee will do an initial review of the case in order to determine whether it describes a possible violation of the law. If it is determined that no law has been broken, you will be notified by a letter.If the Committee determines that your case does contain a violation of the law, it will begin an investigation. The review and investigation process should take about 3-4 months.After the investigation, the Committee may do the following:Dismiss the Complaint
A complaint is dismissed when there is not enough evidence to prove misconduct.Send the lawyer a Letter of Caution
If the violation is found to be a minor or technical one, the lawyer may be sent a Letter of Caution. This letter is not a formal disciplinary action and remains confidential. However, the letter indicates disapproval of the lawyers conduct and may be considered if other complaints are made against the lawyer.Send the lawyer a Letter of Admonition
If the violation is more serious, the lawyer may be sent a Letter of Admonition, stating that any further misconduct will result in formal charges. This letter is a formal disciplinary action but remains confidential. However, if the lawyer is found guilty of professional misconduct at a later time, the fact that a Letter of Admonition was issued in response to an earlier complaint will be considered in determining punishment.Conduct a Hearing
If the investigation reveals the possibility of serious misconduct, a hearing is held before a panel of lawyers and non-lawyers. Currently, these hearings are not open to the public. After the hearing, the outcome may be:Dismissal of the caseLetter of Caution*Letter of Admonition*Reprimand issued to the lawyer**Referral of the case to the court (the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court)* Applicable to Grievance Committee** Applicable to DDC. A Reprimand, issued by a hearing panel of the DDC, is a formal disciplinary action, but it remains confidential. However, if professional misconduct, the Reprimand will be considered in punishing the lawyer.

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