Maine’s supreme court has suspended for two years the law license of former York County Probate Judge Robert Nadeau for multiple violations of the state’s code of judicial conduct.
The 34-page decision by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, handed down on Tuesday, is the latest setback for Nadeau, who was suspended 30 days last summer while he was still on the bench and then lost his bid for re-election last November.
Nadeau had been operating a legal practice in Biddeford but now will not be allowed to practice for two years beginning Aug. 1.
He also was fined $5,000.
Source: Portland Press Herald