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Dennis J. Morris
Candidate for the
Schuyler County Court

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • On November 8, 2011, the voters of Schuyler County will select a new County Court Judge. After 32 years of private and public legal practice in the County, I am proud to run for County Court Judge. The job of County Judge requires legal experience, the ability to listen, and clear judgment. I sincerely believe I possess those qualities and that I can uphold the critical responsibilities of this position of public trust. I am lifelong resident of Schuyler County. I was admitted to the Bar of the State of New York in January 1979 and have practiced law in Schuyler County ever since. In the last 32 years I have practiced in multiple areas of the law including 20 years in all of following major areas of the County Court : Criminal Prosecution/ Defense, Family Court law guardian, Child custody, Persons in need of supervision, Child Support, Wills and Estates I am a former president of the Schuyler County Bar Association and a past representative to the New York Bar Association House of Delegates. Dennis Morris
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  • Qualified
Party Membership
  • Republican
Party Line
  • Conservative
  • Integrity
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  • Grove City College, BA, 1974
  • University of Akron Law, JD, 1978
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1979
  • Acting County Attorney-Schuyler County
Professional Experience
  • Assistant County Attorney 1992-2011 Schuyler County
  • Private Sole Practitioner 1983-1998
  • Assistant District Attorney 1986-89
  • Partner: Valent, Callanan and Morris 1979-1982 Watkins Glen NY

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