Do as I say, not as I do?

New Jersey Supreme Court Associate Justice Roberto Rivera-Soto, in a disciplinary opinion he wrote on Superior Court Judge (and Mercer County Executive) Wilbur Mathesius last fall, when the court voted to suspend Mathesius:

“Judge Mathesius presents an almost indecipherable riddle. On the one side, we have been presented the portrait of a … long-time public servant who is learned in his craft, willing to assist his colleagues, and generous with his time and knowledge. On the other side, however, we have been presented indisputable proof of repeated and unremorseful instances of petulance, sarcasm, anger, and arrogance; these have no place in the exercise of judicial duties. . . .The overwhelming majority of New Jersey judges hold judicial office as a cherished privilege, and well and truly serve for decades without a blemish.”

Do as I say, not as I do?