Please, see my previous post here about the invitation to my disciplinary hearings. I will know the exact dates/times/places of the hearings on January 12, 2015 and will post them. I will ask the referee to hold the hearings in a facility that can accommodate a lot of people.
You can read about my disciplinary proceeding throughout this blog by using in the search box search words "disciplinary", "Zayas", "Torncello", "Gasparini", "Becker".
In addition to the invitation to come to my disciplinary hearing, I encourage the public and the media to call my disciplinary court and ask for access to the records of my disciplinary proceedings.
I expressly give the public and the media permission for such access.
If the court pretends to deny access on the basis of Judiciary Law 90(10), that law is designed to protect MY privacy, not the court's, and I am waiving my privacy by this post, as I did two times in writing in my letters to court.
§ 250.00 Eavesdropping; definitions of terms.
The following definitions are applicable to this article:
1. "Wiretapping" means the intentional overhearing or recording of a
telephonic or telegraphic communication by a person other than a sender
or receiver thereof, without the consent of either the sender or
receiver, by means of any instrument, device or equipment. The normal
operation of a telephone or telegraph corporation and the normal use of
the services and facilities furnished by such corporation pursuant to
its tariffs or necessary to protect the rights or property of said
corporation shall not be deemed "wiretapping."
I am encouraging you to record because, in my experience, you should not rely upon the perceived "honor" of court personnel, they will backtrack on anything borderline sensitive they told you on the phone.
Clerk of the court
New York State Appellate Division
4th Judicial department
50 East Ave.
Rochester, N.Y. 14604