Dear Friends,

The absentee ballots have been counted, and I am proud to announce that I will be your next Monroe County Court Judge. Thank you to the voters of Monroe County for entrusting me with this incredible opportunity. Thank you to my family, friends and followers for supporting me throughout my campaign. Thank you to all of the individuals and organizations that endorsed my candidacy. I am truly honored. I look forward to joining our esteemed judges on the Monroe County Court bench and serving our community with independence and integrity, and with a commitment to justice for all.

Extensive Courtroom Trial Experience

Assistant District Attorney, Special Victims Trial Division, Monroe County District Attorney's Office

  • Specializes in prosecution of homicides of infants/children and domestic violence and child physical and sexual abuses cases.
  • Prosecuted over 30 felony trials.
  • Prosecuted over 2,000 felony and misdemeanor cases.
  • Previously assigned to Domestic Violence Bureau, Felony DWI Bureau, Rochester City Court and Town/Village Courts of Monroe County

Special Victims Prosecutor Protecting Our Children For A Decade

"I have prosecuted numerous felony trials involving some of the most horrific homicides and crimes against children our community has seen. I have spoken, worked with and listened to countless children, parents, siblings, teachers, counselors, doctors, police officers, defense attorneys and judges. Through my experiences, I see and understand how trauma, mental illness, violence, poverty, structural racism and addiction can impact a person’s behavior. I wish I could say that no child in the future will ever be abused again, or no person will again lose their life to a senseless act of violence. The unfortunate reality of our society is that those things will happen in the future. And when those things happen, down our street, or in the neighboring town, I want to be the Judge that hears that case. I want to be the Judge that makes those important decisions. That does good. That helps people. That brings a sense of safety, civility and hope to our society"

Commitment To Serve With Integrity, Compassion And Accountability

What is justice? It is a question that I have spent the last twelve years of my career as an Assistant District Attorney answering and fighting for. For the past decade, I have specialized in the prosecution of people who physically and sexually abuse our most vulnerable and precious population, our children. I have seen time and again how our judicial system gives these children a voice when no one else will listen. Our judicial system, though by no means perfect, is something I believe in. It has the power to do good. It has the power to help people. As a judge, I will make balanced and fair decisions that hold people accountable, while at the same time showing compassion and empathy for each person that comes before me. This is my promise. I want to be that Judge that, on every case, answers the question “what is justice?” with the utmost fairness and integrity.