Date of Birth
Magisterial District Judge Certified - June – July 2018 Certified by the Minor Judiciary Board and the Administrative Office of Pa. Courts California University of Pennsylvania – June 1992 – December 1996, September 2016 – May 2018 Bachelor Of Science – Criminal Justice - May 2018 Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice – May 2018 Allegheny County Municipal Police Academy – March 1997 – August 1997 Act 120 Municipal Police Certification – August 1997 Charleroi Area High School – September 1990 – June 1992 High School Diploma – June 1992
Chief Of Police - Charleroi Regional Police Department
With over 21 years in law enforcement, I have vast experience with the legal/judicial system. Throughout my career I have issued thousands of traffic, and non-traffic citations for traffic violations, minor crimes code violations, and borough ordinance violations. I have attended and successfully testified at thousands of hearings, at both the magisterial and Common Pleas level, as a result of the aforementioned citations. As both a Patrolman and Investigator I have made hundreds of Criminal Arrests. As a result of those arrests I have successfully served arrest warrants, and processed offenders through preliminary arraignments. I have attended hundreds of preliminary hearings, testified at numerous trials, as well as testifying in front of State Grand Juries. As a Patrolman and Investigator I have been the affiant of hundreds of Search Warrants which had successfully met the standard of probable cause leading to numerous criminal arrests. I have attended and testified at suppression hearings to debate any challenges to the above issued warrants. As a Federal Task Force Officer I have investigated cases, prepared and executed search warrants, and testified at federal Grand Juries at the Western District in Pittsburgh Pa.
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A Magisterial District Judge must be impartial and considerate of the community and the people who are brought before him. I believe that the key attributes of a good Magisterial District Judge would be to make sure that all parties feel that they are being treated fairly, impartially, and with respect while applying and interpreting the laws of the Commonwealth. Having an education in Criminal Justice along with over 21 years of experience in law enforcement makes me uniquely qualified to perform the duties of a Magisterial District Judge.