As you can read in the order denying the "motion" for criminal contempt, the order itself and papers upon which it was made is a big secret and it is confidential, so forget you ever saw what you saw on this blog post.
But know that when judges and prosecutors screwed up, they try to hide it by sealing what cannot possibly be sealed - a criminal proceeding.
As I recall, recently a couple of judges and a prosecutor begged a court to destroy evidence of their misconduct (texting during a criminal trial), and wanted their texts made on cell phones that were issued and paid for by the government, to be sealed as private.
And they lost.
Here, the court conveniently uses the pretense of power to seal a proceeding that the court knows it cannot seal because of my waiver of confidentiality - as to disciplinary proceedings. The criminal proceedings can never be sealed in this state.
Of course, to say that the dismissal of a criminal proceeding is confidential under Judiciary Law 90(10) is laughable, because Judiciary Law 90(10) does not make civil disciplinary proceedings confidential due to my waiver of confidentiality and applicable law, and Judiciary Law 90(10) does not apply to criminal proceedings, especially to proceedings contested on jurisdictional grounds (with which jurisdictional challenges the court apparently agreed).
And, of course, if the court had no jurisdiction to review the criminal contempt proceedings to begin with (not being "the court of record" and for many more jurisdictional deficiencies pointed out in my Memorandum of Law, upon which the court relied in denying the "motion" for criminal contempt), the court has no authority to seal the proceedings either, especially for no good cause shown.
Anyway, the court has cast me a bone so far, saying - here, calm down, we are not putting you in the Monroe County Jail for 30 days per pop, as Mary Gasparini asked us to do, and there were approximately 7 or 8 pops that I counted, so Mary Gasparini asked the court to put me for 8 months in jail for exposing her misconduct, incompetence and outright fraud, fabrication of court transcripts.
Am I glad?
It is too little and, possibly, too late.
The court cannot give me back my nerves, health and money spent on fighting the frivolous criminal charges. I will not be the same person and the same attorney again, not after being charged with a crazy charge of violating my own privacy - and having to fight it for months!
My trust in integrity of our court system was forever destroyed in how the courts were handling my disciplinary case, including the criminal case that was fabricated as part of it - and the order denying the criminal contempt, but sealing itself, does not restore that trust.
It is a bittersweet victory since the "motion" had to be dismissed sua sponte when it was filed, as clearly having multiple jurisdictional defects, plus it was brought by a prosecutor-witness-alleged victim, which was unacceptable by any canons of due process of law.
Moreover, the denial of the motion came conspicuously only after I demanded that the fabricated criminal proceedings, as well as the already prejudged, premature and fabricated attorney disciplinary "mitigation hearing" that is to be held without a judgment of liability, and without a court-ordered evidentiary hearing be open to the public, and after I demanded that the court should provide to me names of judges who authored "directives" referred to me as if coming from the court by the court's clerk and the court's appellate attorney.
So, the bone that was cast to me has strings attached and is actually an implied admission that the court screwed up - badly, and an implied request not to press farther - and I will.
Of course, the best course of conduct that I would undertake, had I been in the court's shoes (if I would be the counsel advising the court), I would dismiss the entire disciplinary petition of the Grievance Committee, as fabricated and unconstitutional, because then I would have an authority under Judiciary Law 90(10) to seal documents in such proceedings.
Otherwise, all of the court's shameful shenanigans in my disciplinary case will continue to be public.