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Oppenheim town justice who quit in June faced misconduct allegations

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An Oppenheim town justice resigned his seat in June rather than fight allegations he committed judicial misconduct, according to the state Commission on Judicial Conduct. Robert L. Link resigned effective June 30. He was elected Jan. 1, 2004, to a four-year term. His current term expires Dec. 31, 2014. The position pays $4,500 annually. The Town Board has the option to fill his seat. The formal complaint, served against him in April, alleges he committed ...


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