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Hon. Mary Anne Lehmann, Binghamton City Court Judge
Candidate for the
Broome County Court

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • 11 years as a Binghamton City Court Judge and 5 years as an Acting Broome County Court Judge. The first woman elected to a state bench in Broome County's history (1996). She served 13 years in the Broome County District Attorney's Office, 8 years as Sr. Assistant in charge of Felony Drug Prosecutions. She was cited by the US DEA/Department of Justice in 1995 for outstanding contributions in Drug Law Enforcement. Her awards include: American Registry of Outstanding Professionals, YWCA's Alice Mills Award, 2000 received a congressional and mayoral citation for service to community, 1998 received a mayoral citation for service to community, 1997 was named by Broome County Status of Women Council - Women of Achievement for 1997, and the Crime Victim's Assistance Center Lighthouse Award. Judge Lehmann founded the Domestic Violence Court. Cited as one of the three best practice courts in New York State. Her outline DV Cases/OOP's & FIrearms, is part of the statewide Judge's curriculum. Judge Lehmann teaches other judges' throughout the state on the topic of domestic violence, including the Domestic Violence Task Force in Saratoga Springs, the Judicial Institute in White Plains.
Party Membership
  • Democrat
Party Line
  • Democrat
Campaign Web Site  
  • Union University, Albany Law School, J.D., 1983
  • Colgate University, Honors in English, Dual B.A., 1979
  • Binghamton Central High, Regents Diploma, 1975
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1984
  • State of New York Sixth Judicial District
Professional Experience
  • Broome County District Attorney's Office (1984-1996) Sr. Assistant District Attorney, Assistant District Attorney

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