You could call your local bar association but I think it is very unlikely that you'll find a pro bono attorney for such a case.
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Every state has some sort of judicial oversight body, and you should direct your complaint to the appropriate authority in New York. As my colleagues have noted, you are most unlikely to find an attorney who would agree to accept your case on the terms you propose, or on any other for that matter. If there is in fact judicial wrongdoing here it is best addressed by the proper disciplinary or prosecutorial authority, not by private litigation.