State Supreme Court Justice David Murad is seeking re-election | Oswego County


UTICA – New York State Supreme Court Justice David A. Murad will seek reelection for a second 14-year term in November in the Fifth Judicial District, which includes Onondaga, Oneida, Oswego, Jefferson, Herkimer and Lewis.

He was first elected to the Supreme Court in 2008.

Judge Murad, a Utica native, graduated from Utica College at Syracuse University and the New England School of Law. Previously, he served as Oneida County Deputy Judge, Acting Family Court Judge, and Acting Supreme Court Judge.

Judge Murad has 35 years of legal experience, the last 16 of which as a judge. He is also a certified public accountant, which makes him uniquely qualified to resolve complex financial issues that arise before the Supreme Court.

Judge Murad is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Academy of Attorney – CPAs, the New York State Bar Association, the Oneida County Bar Association and the Onondaga County Bar Association.

“I’ve presided over thousands of cases as a Supreme Court justice. I am proud of my record which demonstrates that I am fully prepared for my cases, that I treat parties with fairness and respect, and that I have the judicial temperament necessary to properly handle the most complex and serious civil disputes,” said Judge Murad in his announcement.

Judge Murad and his wife Susan live in Utica. They have two children, Michael and Elizabeth.

Visit Justice Murad’s Facebook page at (re-elect Justice Murad to the Supreme Court) for more updates on his campaign.

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