Update May 21, 2016: I have obtained a copy of Babcock's answer to the complaint.
In a January 22, 2016 complaint, the Office of Attorney Ethics alleged that a former Jersey City Municipal Court judge, in his capacity as a private lawyer, violated the Rules of Professional Conduct for disobeying a Superior Court Judge's orders and for failing to cooperate with ethics investigators.
After Dupuis reported the matter to the Office of Attorney Ethics, Babcock reportedly has also blown off ethics investigators' requests for information and cooperation. There is no evidence that any of the estate's money or property has been pilfered. Rather, it appears that Babcock has failed to explain why he stopped working on the estate or why he has failed to comply with Judge Dupuis' orders.