Dear Luzerne County Residents,
In 2013, I was elected to serve as Magisterial District Judge in the Greater Pittston area. It has been the honor of a lifetime.
The Magisterial District Court serving the Greater Pittston area is one of the busiest courts in all of Luzerne County. When I was sworn in on Jan. 3, 2014, I rolled up my sleeves and got right to work. I began hearing cases and addressing the growing needs of our community on day one.
As a Magisterial District Judge, I have presided over all types of matters, including thousands of criminal cases, civil disputes and traffic cases each year. I also have dealt with domestic violence and family issues. Magisterial District Courts handle a significant volume of cases that affect people’s day-to-day lives.
I am particularly proud of a program I participate in to address truancy. Since 2015, our truancy court has successfully helped families and improved school attendance.
I am proud to serve in Luzerne County’s judicial system in my current role and to raise my family here. I apply the law in a fair and impartial manner, and I have experience handling matters as a Magisterial District Judge that affect our community. I am running for Judge in the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas because I want to bring my trusted and tested experience to our community at large.
Please consider a contribution to our campaign today.