§ 195.00 Official misconduct. A public servant is guilty of official misconduct when, with intent to obtain a benefit or deprive another person of a benefit: ... 2. He knowingly refrains from performing a duty which is imposed upon him by law or is clearly inherent in the nature of his office.
Andrew Cuomo and his NY AG Public Integrity Unit were fully aware and knowingly covered up the crimes of Robert Tembeckjian, administrator attorney, for the NY Commission on Judicial Conduct. A list of crimes follows with links: (Friedberg is former lackey deputy to Tembeckjian)
Tembeckjian and Friedberg's kind of New York judge parties with convicted felons, gives weekend jail time to a 'favored' lawyer's client who killed a man while driving drunk and who remarked during the statutory rape case of a 14-year-old that the adult man having sex with the minor "...would not be unusual in their culture.”
Judge borrows 8OG from real estate family, then hires lender's brother
The New York Daily News By NANCIE L. KATZ - February 12, 2008
And besides protecting criminals, what else does Tembeckjian do? Does leaving a slime trail make you a slug?SHEL JUDGE AND PANEL 'SLUG' IT OUT
The New York Post by DAN MANGAN - July 28, 2009
An upstate judge is in hot water for calling Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver a "slug" in The Post's pages. The state Commission on Judicial Conduct last week hauled Cattaraugus County Judge Larry Himelein, 60, before a referee on undisclosed charges. Himelein admits he used the epithet to describe the Lower East Side Democrat over long-stalled pay raises for New York judges -- but insists he did so in a leaked e-mail to fellow judges, not in an April 2008 phone interview with The Post in which he confirmed he was refusing to hear cases involving Weitz & Luxenberg, Silver's employer. The commission is also probing whether he said, "I think the speaker is a slug." Subpoenaed Post reporter Bruce Golding testified his report was accurate. A lawyer not involved in the case said Himelein was likely to get just a private warning if convicted of detracting "from the dignity of judicial office." But if found to have misled the panel, he faces tougher sanctions, including possible removal, the source said.