Scott is uniquely qualified to represent you on the Pittsford Town Court. No other candidate can claim thirty-six years of experience as an award winning trial attorney specializing in matters heard before a Town Court.
Scott's reputation for honesty, integrity and hard work has prepared him to be your next Pittsford Town Court Justice. Court will be run timely and efficiently.
Scott has practiced at virtually every level of court, from Town Court to the United States Court of Appeals. Scott recognizes that a great Justice must treat all litigants the same, regardless of personal background. All cases will be decided upon the facts and the law, not based upon who one knows or the size of a bank account.
Scott has practiced law since 1985. Scott was a Monroe County Assistant District Attorney before accepting a position as a Assistant United States Attorney in the Organized Crime Drug Task Force. Scott received commendations for his investigative and trial work.
Since 1993, Scott has engaged in private practice specializing in criminal and civil trial law. Scott has personally tried well over 200 cases in his career.
Scott has argued cases before the New York State and Federal Appellate Courts and has served on a panel appointing worthy attorneys to represent indigent clients.
Scott has represented clients of all walks of life and has donated his time to help those who could not afford his representation. Scott has also lectured his fellow attorneys on issues important to the practice of criminal law.
Scott was honored by his colleagues when he received the Charles A. Crimi Award, given to him "in recognition of his fearless and unselfish dedication to representing those less fortunate."
The Pittsford Town Court is primarily a criminal and traffic court, which also handles small-claims and landlord/tenant issues. Scott will be an effective Jurist from day one.
All litigants who come before Scott will be heard and given their day in court. Win or lose, Scott will treat everyone with respect.
Scott belongs to the New York State and Monroe County Bar Associations. Scott was awarded the Citizen of the Year award for his volunteer work with the NYS Sports and Entertainment charity. Scott is a past Board member and treasurer of Temple Beth El. Scott managed and coached Pittsford Little League for ten years.
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