District Judge Alexandra Kokura Kravitz wants to bring her experience as a Magisterial
District Judge to serve Luzerne County where she lives and was raised, and where
her family has resided for generations.

Alexandra is a graduate of Lehigh University and Widener University School of Law.
Alexandra’s legal career began as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Thomas
Munley in Lackawanna County. As a law clerk, Alexandra was responsible for
conducting comprehensive legal research and participating in the judicial process of
resolving legal issues before the Court of Common Pleas.

Alexandra was then appointed as a Special Trial Master by the President Judge. As
a Special Trial Master, Alexandra issued hundreds of court orders and
recommendations to the Court of Common Pleas on child and spousal support
matters pending before the Court.

Alexandra volunteered as Chairwoman of the Pittston Area Youth Aid Panel, a
program that was comprised of members of the community who volunteered to
monitor first-time juvenile criminal offenders. With community input, the Youth Aid
Panel gave successful juvenile candidates a chance to expunge criminal records.

In November 2013 Alexandra was elected as Magisterial District Judge, District
Court 11-1-04 and was sworn in on January 3, 2014 and re-elected in 2019. As a
Magisterial District Judge, Alexandra has presided over tens of thousands of cases
including serious criminal matters, civil disputes, domestic violence issues and
traffic court. District Judge Kokura Kravitz helped establish a successful truancy
program that aids families and improves school attendance. District Judge Kokura
Kravitz was appointed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to serve as a member of
the statewide Minor Court Rules Committee. District Judge Kokura Kravitz serves
her community with an emphasis on protecting our children and seniors and
putting our community first.


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