Recommended by PA State Fraternal Order of Police

Recommended by Firearm Owners Against Crime

Endorsed by Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association

Endorsed by Pro Life Federation

Endorsed by Pennsylvania State Troopers Association

Rating: Recommended by Pennsylvania Bar Association

The candidate has practiced law since 2001, first serving as an associate in private practice with civil trial litigation and business law duties and then as an assistant district attorney in Lancaster County in the Child Abuse Unit. From 2005 until her election in 2011 to the Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas, she served as the senior district attorney in Cumberland County specializing in the prosecution of sex crimes, child abuse and other major crimes. The candidate has acquired a broad array of experience as a result of her duties as a prosecuting attorney and seven years on the bench. Her legal opinions are considered thorough, logical and well-reasoned. She is recognized as a hard worker, articulate and accomplished, as well as thoughtful, approachable and fair in her interactions with litigants and attorneys. The commission believes the candidate’s experience as a lawyer and as a judge will enable her to ably fulfill the responsibilities of a Superior Court judge and therefore recommends her candidacy.

Keystone Lodge #41 of Pennsylvania State Troopers Association

Senator Michelle Brooks

Representative Sheryl Delozier

Representative Greg Rothman

Sheriff Ron Anderson

Commissioner Vince DiFilippo

Representative Carl Metzgar

Honorable Ron Marsico, Former State Representative and Chair of House Judiciary Committee

Sheila Fitzgerald Sterrett, Northwest Caucus Chair of PA Republican State Committee

Cumberland County Republican Party

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85% of cases heard in Court of Common Pleas involve Domestic Violence or Child Abuse     180 Pennsylvania residents lost their lives in 2009 by domestic violence    Peck Won More Than 1200 convictions    Peck Won 235 cases of domestic violence    30 children witnessed domestic violence murders in 2009    Peck Won 120 cases of sexual assault and child abuse crimes    Peck Won 45 cases of robbery    Peck Won 85 cases of burglary and criminal trespass