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Louis L. Friedman

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Louis L. Friedman (December 29, 1906 – December 12, 1997) was an American lawyer and politician from New York.

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Life

He was born on December 29, 1906, in New York City. He attended the public schools and Commercial High School.[1]

On February 18, 1941, Friedman was elected to the New York State Assembly (Kings Co., 16th D.), to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Carmine J. Marasco. He was re-elected in 1942, and remained in the Assembly until the end of 1944, sitting in the 163rd and 164th New York State Legislatures.

He was a member of the New York State Senate (15th D.) from 1945 to 1955, sitting in the 165th, 166th, 167th, 168th, 169th and 170th New York State Legislatures. In 1953, he married actress Beth Holland, and they had two daughters: Ellen Lynn (Friedman) Silverman[2] and Cathy Jayne Friedman.[3] He resigned his seat on October 5, 1955, and was appointed to the New York Supreme Court, to fill a vacancy.[4] In November 1956, he was elected to succeed himself.

On July 2, 1962, Friedman was accused of obstructing an inquiry into ambulance chasing in Brooklyn.[5] He admitted having destroyed some records of the inquiry.[6] On August 17, he was charged by the Court on the Judiciary with unethical conduct, and his trial was set for October 19.[7] On October 6, he denied having done anything unethical, and questioned the constitutionality of the State's proceedings against him.[8] On February 26, 1963, Friedman was removed from the bench by the Court on the Judiciary.[9]

On July 12, 1963, Friedman filed a suit against the City of New York for back pay.[10] In October, his claim was rejected.[11] On January 23, 1968, the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division allowed Friedman to proceed with his suit for back-pay since his removal.[12]

He died on December 12, 1997.[13] In 2006, his widow Beth Holland married Richard Joseph Kuh (c.1931–2011).[14]

Sources

  1. ^ New York Red Book (1948; pg. 83)
  2. ^ Ellen Friedman, Teacher, Weds Mark Silverman in the New York Times on August 20, 1984
  3. ^ Dr. Cathy Friedman Is Married to Thomas Feyer in the New York Times on July 28, 1986
  4. ^ SPECIAL KINGS POLLING in the New York Times on October 8, 1955 (subscription required)
  5. ^ Judge and His Brother Accused In Ambulance-Chasing Inquiry in the New York Times on July 3, 1962 (subscription required)
  6. ^ FRIEDMAN ADMITS REMOVING PAPERS in the New York Times on July 4, 1962 (subscription required)
  7. ^ Justice Friedman Facing Trial Oct. 19 on "Abuse" of His Office in the New York Times on August 18, 1962 (subscription required)
  8. ^ FRIEDMAN DENIES ETHICS CHARGES in the New York Times on October 7, 1962 (subscription required)
  9. ^ BROOKLYN JUDGE TAKEN OFF BENCH in the New York Times on February 27, 1963 (subscription required)
  10. ^ Friedman Sues City for Pay Since Removal as Justice in the New York Times on July 13, 1963 (subscription required)
  11. ^ Friedman Loses Appeal For Back Pay as Judge in the New York Times on November 1, 1963 (subscription required)
  12. ^ Justice Ousted in Scandal Here Wins Right to Sue for Back Pay in the New York Times on January 24, 1968 (subscription required)
  13. ^ "Louis L. Friedman" at Social Security Info
  14. ^ Beth Holland and Richard Kuh in the New York Times on October 15, 2006
New York Assembly
Preceded by
Carmine J. Marasco
New York State Assembly
Kings County, 16th District

1941–1944
Succeeded by
Frank J. Pino
New York State Senate
Preceded by
Lester Baum
New York State Senate
15th District

1945–1955
Succeeded by
Frank J. Pino
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