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DEVELOPING: All Eyes On Judge Engoron After Old 2002 Report Resurfaces


Judge Arthur Engoron is responsible for fining President Trump $355 million related to his New York civil fraud case.

Despite nobody being harmed in the case, President Trump was unfairly punished.

Due to the unfair treatment of President Trump, more people have begun to dig into Judge Engoron’s past.



New reports are resurfacing that show Judge Engoron had an inappropriate relationship with the secretary of the opposing counsel.

At the time, Judge Engoron was only a law secretary.

Read the 2002 report from The Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Lewin is defending the rabbis in an $11 defamation million suit filed by Helen Chayie Sieger of Borough Park, who claims their decision to allow her husband to remarry without requiring him to grant her a rabbinic divorce in effect labeled her an unfit spouse.

Lewin said in court papers that the law secretary, Arthur Engoron, claims he only began dating the secretary of the opposing counsel, Christopher Sullivan, on May 10. But Lewin said Sullivan’s actions in the case may have been “influenced” by information he received from the woman, identified in the papers only as Sue. And Lewin noted that Engoron “was drafting [later] decisions and

communicating” with the judge about this case during the time he was dating Sue.

Schoenfeld, at the request of the defendants, recused himself from the case July 1 after revealing that he had recently learned of the relationship. He said Engoron’s conduct raised ethical questions that he would report to the appropriate authorities, Lewin noted in his papers. Lewin said actions taken in this case may be criminal in nature and asked the court to conduct a full investigation.



This is stuff that should be taken very seriously.

Are we meant to trust this judge’s verdict, who clearly has a very troubled past regarding ethics?

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