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Hon. Anthony W. Paradiso
Candidate for the
Nassau County District Court
(1st District)

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • As a District Court Judge, I bring an open mind and balanced views to the bench. I will continue to treat all who appear before me with courtesy and respect while applying the law fairly in each case. I have been found "well qualified" by the Nassau County Bar Association. I am proud to have the endorsement of the Court Officers Benevolent Association, the Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, the Fraternal Order of Court Officers, the Police Benevolent Association (NCPD), the Superior Officers Association (NCPD), the Detectives’ Association (NCPD), and the CSEA, among others. I will work with others to bring inspired leadership to the District Court as President of the Board of Judges.
IJEQC rating
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  • Highly Qualified
Party Membership
  • Republican
Party Line
  • Conservative
  • Independence
  • Republican
  • Tex Revolt
Campaign Web Site
  • Syracuse University School of Law (Law Review), JD, 1992
  • Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, MPA, 1992
  • Long Island University, Brooklyn Center (magna cum laude), BA, 1989
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1993
  • District Court Judge (2006-Present)
Professional Experience
  • Law Secretary to the Hon. Peter B. Skelos, Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department (1999-2005)
  • Court Attorney, Nassau County Supreme Court (1998)
  • NYS Assistant Attorney General, Nassau Regional Office (1995-1998)
  • Litigation Associate, Rivkin Radler & Kremer, Uniondale, NY (1992-1995)

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