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Teresa Corrigan
Candidate for the
Nassau County Court

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • Teresa Corrigan, a prosecutor for 23 years, is now seeking election to the County Court Bench in Nassau County. She has received the highest rating from the Nassau County Bar Association's Judiciary Committee. She has specialized in drug, gang, gun and public corruption matters, having investigated and prosecuted thousands of cases. She has tried over 40 cases to verdict. She has successfully argued before the Appellate Division. She has created youth outreach programs and alternatives to sentencing for appropriate offenders. Outside the courtroom, Teresa lectures on the dangers of opiate addiction, gangs of long island and matters related to junior and senior proms throughout Nassau County. She is married for 24 years with two school aged children. Teresa is the membership chair of her local PTA and high school delegate. She is a Girl Scout leader and CYO Basketball coordinator for her parish.
IJEQC rating
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  • Did Not Apply
Party Membership
  • Democrat
Party Line
  • Democrat
  • Independence
  • Working Families
Campaign Web Site  
  • SUNY @ Albany, BA; Criminal Justice, 1986
  • New York Law School, JD, 1989
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1990
Professional Experience
  • Bureau Chief/Assistant District Attorney; Nassau County District Attorney's Office; Feb 2006 to August 2012; Street Narcotics, Gang and Gun Bureau.
  • Executive ADA/Bureau Chief/Assistant District Attorney; Kings County District Attorney's Office; Aug 1989 to Feb 2006; Major Narcotics Investigations Bureau/Rackets Division/Gang Bureau.

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