Suspended Lawyer Faces Ethics Charge for Accusing Judges of Bias

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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A lawyer who was suspended in March for his handling of an employee's estate is now facing ethics charges for accusing two judges of being biased against him. In a three count presentment, the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel is seeking disciplinary actions against Zbigniew Rozbicki for making "a slew of allegations of judicial misconduct, partiality and bias" against Superior Court judges John Danaher III and Vincent Roche.

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