Brian Nugent

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Brian Nugent

Street Address: Sloatsburg

Race: Hillburn Village Justice

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Political and civic experience: - JUSTICE - Village of Hillburn Justice 2009-Present. - TRUSTEE - Village of Sloatsburg Board of Trustees 2005-2009.

Age: 46

Family: Wife of 20 years, Tracey; three children. Tracey teaches in the Ramapo Central School District and all three children attend Ramapo Central Schools.

Residency: Lifelong Resident of Town of Ramapo (Sloatsburg/Suffern). Attended Ramapo Central Schools.

Incumbent?: Yes

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Education: Pace University of Law - Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude (2004) Mercy College (Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice) Rockland Community College (Associate Degree in Applied Science - Criminal Justice) Suffern High School - Class of 1985.

Occupation: - Attorney in Private Practice in Rockland County since 2005 practicing primarily in fields of municipal law, labor relations and public personnel law. - Law Enforcement Officer - 20+ years, starting in NYC in 1988 and retired as Lieutenant from Suffern PD in 2008.



Why are you running for office or seeking re-election?
Having already served as Hillburn/'/s Justice for the past 4 years, I aim to continue to provide a professional and fair judicial forum for the resolution of civil disputes as well as the handling of criminal and traffic matters in the Village.

What in your personal, civic or professional experience recommends your election or return to office?
Since becoming Hillburn/'/s Justice in 2009, I have pursued and obtained grant money from New York State to improve Hillburn/'/s court facility, including construction of a court room judicial bench and a Court Clerk station.

My extensive experience in law enforcement combined with my experience as an attorney provides me with a unique perspective and understanding of the criminal justice and court system.

In order to maximize the integrity of the judicial office, I declined to accept any financial contributions during this judicial campaign.

What would be your top three priorities if you are elected or re-elected?
1) I will continue to pursue grant funds to improve the court/'/s facilities and services, such as the recent implementation of an online payment option in the Hillburn Justice Court.
2) I will continue to ensure that the Hillburn Justice Court is conducted with fairness, professionalism and that the ends of justice are served.
3) To continue to incorporate the latest technology in carrying out the courts purposes.

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