Excerpt from Proceedings of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate and Assembly: In the Matter of the Investigation Demanded by Honorable Daniel F. Cohalan a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, in and for the First Judicial District
In the Matter of the charges preferred against daniel F. Coha lan, a Justice of the Supreme Court. Of the State of New York, by john A. Connolly.
The Committee on Grievances of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York respectfully reports as follows: That prior to June 5, 1913, the attention of this Committee was called to certain affidavits and other documents in which the facts hereinafter found were, among other things, alleged.
On June 5, 1913, this Committee, by its Chairman, notified the Honorable Daniel F. Cobalan that it was about to investigate certain charges made against him, and requested that he, or his counsel, communicate with the attorney for this Committee in regard thereto. On June 12, 1913, the Chairman of this Com mittee received from the Honorable Daniel F. Cobalan a reply to the said letter, in which, among other things. The writer stated that this Association had no jurisdiction over the subject-matter of said charges, and that he was about to present the subject to the Governor of the State for such action as might be proper at the Special Session of the Legislature to be held on June 18, 1913, and that therefore the writer assumed that this Committee would not care to proceed.
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