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John F. Casey, Administrative Law Judge
Candidate for the
Supreme Court
Eleventh Judicial District

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • After graduating from Fordham, he started his career of public service as a social worker in child welfare. In 1985, after graduating from New York University School of Social Work, John became a New York State Division of Parole parole officer. John was the first officer to be assigned to the Special Offender Unit, an elite group of officers who monitored the activities of NYS's most dangerous felons . John worked on many newsworthy cases such as the manhunt for "Gus" Farace, and the murder of Police Officer Edward Byrne. While working his way through the ranks of Division of Parole, John attended law school at night at nearby Saint John's. After being admitted to the New York State Bar, John was promoted to the position of Administrative Law Judge, presiding over parole revocation hearings. John is respected for his knowledge of the law and fair decisions. John has volunteered his time as a pro bono lawyer with the Brooklyn Bar Association . He has shared his love of karate with children of Queens by volunteering as an instructor at the Central Queens YMCA. As a devoted father, experienced jurist, and a man of compassion and strength, John asks for your vote.
Party Membership
Party Line
  • Conservative
  • Republican
Campaign Web Site
  • Saint John's university School Of Law, JD, 1995
  • New York University, School of Social Work, MSW, 1985
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1996
  • New York State Division Of Parole
Professional Experience

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