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2008 Voter Guide

KERRY JOHN KATSORHIS
Candidate for the
Supreme Court
Eleventh Judicial District
(Queens)

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • For the past 38 years, I have been an advocate for public service and equal justice for all. As a former prosecutor of the Queens County District Attorney's Office, I was Chief of the Major Offense Bureau, Criminal Court Bureau and Deputy Chief of the Supreme Court. My entrance into the private sector enabled me to represent clients from all walks of life in very distinct areas of law. As a general practitioner, I have represented hundreds of individuals involving real estate, personal injuries, matrimonials, commercial transactions, medical malpractice and criminal defense. I have tried more than 450 jury trials to verdict as a prosecutor, criminal and civil defense attorney and plaintiff's attorney. Given my experience, I truly feel that I am well qualified to serve as Justice of the Supreme Court and shall treat all of those before me with the utmost respect. My career could not have been as successful or fulfilling if not for the love and devotion from my wife of 38 years and our 3 children.
 
Party Membership
  • Republican
 
Party Line
  • Conservative
  • Republican
 
Campaign Web Site
 
Education
  • NEW YORK SCHOOL OF LAW, J.D., 1970
  • ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY, B.A., 1967
 
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1971
  • Florida 1975
 
Occupation/Employer
  • PRINCIPAL OF GINSBERG & KATSORHIS, P.C.
 
Professional Experience
 

Created from information supplied by the candidate. The Judicial Campaign Ethics Center does not check statements for accuracy, and does not correct spelling or grammatical errors. The Center does not support or oppose any political party or candidate.

 
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