HARRISON, N.Y. -- Associate Justice Daniel D. Angiolillo of Harrison announced Monday that he is seeking re-election to the New York Supreme Court this November.
Angiolillo serves the court's ninth Judicial District, which comprises Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Duchess and Orange counties. He was elected in 1999 to serve a 14-year term. Gov. George Pataki appointed him an associate justice of the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department in 2006. Prior to serving on the Supreme Court he was a Westchester County judge from 1994 to 1999, and presided over Westchester's Integrated Domestic Violence Court.
“I've been honored and privileged to serve,” Angiolillo said. “I grew up believing that the fair and impartial administration of justice is more important than any political consideration or party registration."
Angiolillo graduated from Boston College and St. John's University School of Law. He worked in a private practice from 1977 to 1979, and served as the assistant district attorney for Westchester County from 1979 to 1985. He was the principal law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Kenneth H. Lange, and was an adjunct professor of law at Manhattanville College and Iona College. He has received a Distinguished Service Award from the Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County, a Distinguished Service Award from County Executive Rob Astorino and was the former president of the White Plains Bar Association.
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