Maryland’s Supreme Court Removes Nigerian-American Judge Ademiluyi Over Misconduct

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The Maryland Supreme Court has removed Nigerian-American Judge, April Ademiluyi, from the bench following findings of criminal misconduct.
In a per curiam order filed, the Court stated that the removal was the appropriate course of action due to the severity of Ademiluyi’s behaviour.
This decision followed a recommendation by the Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities after Ademiluyi had refused training, shown bias towards criminal defendants, and had antagonised staff and colleagues.
However, despite her counsel’s request to dismiss and seal the case, arguing that Ademiluyi was a victim of retaliation, the Maryland Supreme Court upheld the commission’s findings.

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