Estate of Denial news clips (6/26/17)

Jurors recall millionaire hotel heir murder 5 years later (NY)

News 12 Westchester

June 19, 2017

WHITE PLAINS – Monday marked five years since the end of the most explosive trial in Westchester history, involving the murder-for-hire of a millionaire hotel heir and the conviction of his former stripper wife.

In an ‘Only on 12’ report, News 12 spoke to some of the men and women who sealed Narcy Novack’s fate.


Former York County probate judge sanctioned again by Maine’s highest court

Press Herald

June 20, 2017

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has suspended the law license of former York County Probate Judge Robert Nadeau for two years for multiple violations of the state’s code of judicial conduct.

The court’s 34-page decision, handed down Tuesday, is the latest setback for Nadeau. He was suspended 30 days last summer while he was still on the bench, then lost his bid for re-election in November.


Former probate judge fined, suspended for 2 years for ethics violations (ME)

Bangor Daily News

June 22, 2017

The state’s highest court suspended the law license of a former York County Probate Judge for two years and fined him $5,000 for five violations of the Code of Judicial Conduct.

Robert M.A. Nadeau was sanctioned for his actions in 2012, when he told probate court staff not to appoint certain attorneys to litigants who qualified for indigent legal service, ordered a lawyer to destroy an email deemed a public document, and ordered the removal of a lawyer from three cases to which she had been assigned.