NJ Judge Forbidden from Moonlighting as a Comic

What's the deal with these Codes of Judicial Conduct these days, am I right?


A New Jersey judge will have to put his moonlighting career as an actor and comedian on hold.

That's the ruling of the state Supreme Court. In a unanimous 7-0 decision posted Thursday, the justices wrote that Vince Sicari's acting and comedy career "is incompatible with the Code of Judicial Conduct" and ordered that he not continue to serve as municipal court judge if he pursues that outside work.