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Monroe County District Attorney

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    David Christine
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    Jamie B Levy
    (Dem)

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Education 1975, Stroudsburg Highschool- 1979, Lafayette College, BA- 1981, Southwestern University School of Law, Juris Doctor
Current Occupation District Attorney of Monroe County
Qualifications for Office I have been the District Attorney of Monroe County for 20 years. I previously was appointed an assistant district attorney for a total of 12 years.
As the current District Attorney nearing the end of my fifth term in office (a total of 20 years), I have learned to never be satisfied with the status quo. Public service requires diligent and continuous self examination and self improvement. I believe that this philosophy has resulted in the office of the District Attorney being held in high regard by the Monroe County law enforcement community and the citizens of our county that we have sworn to serve and protect.
Campaign Phone (570) 977-6498
Campaign email jamiebrettlevy@gmail.com
Education East Stroudsburg High School Class of '93 Pennsylvania State University Bachelor's Degree in Criminology New York Law School Juris Doctorate
Current Occupation Trial Attorney
Qualifications for Office Experienced trial attorney, lobbyist and activist with almost two decades in practice fighting for victim's rights. Degree in Criminology. In terms of Administration - I have many years of experience managing law offices and law departments in multiple jurisdictions with varying number of employees.
I have many specific suggestions, including but not limited to, improved plea bargaining criteria, improved understanding of the community through a diversity initiative, improved pre-sentencing screening, improved victim services through the effective use of community response organizations, improved senior protections to prevent con artists and thieves from taking advantage of our older residents, more effective allocation of resources towards crime prevention and violent offenses, improved relations with the community houses of worship and advocacy groups, improved addiction treatment and services tied to a push for a true county drug court. For more on these and other office policy improvements please visit my Facebook page at Jamie Levy for Monroe County District Attorney and my website levyfordistrictattorney.com - JUSTICE FOR ALL