Canton Police Association endorses Duve for St. Lawrence County judge
CANTON — Nicole Duvé has been endorsed by the Canton Police Association to be the next St. Lawrence County Court judge.
The Association announcement said “Duvé’s 30 years of experience working in the criminal justice system as a prosecutor, town judge, defense attorney and court attorney/law clerk for the county court, has provided her with vast knowledge and experience no other candidate has.”It goes on to state “Nicole is a fair and honest, hardworking person who would effectively perform the duties of County Court Judge and would assure the fair administration of justice which would serve the residents of St. Lawrence County well. The Canton Police Association truly believes Nicole Duve is the only qualified candidate for St. Lawrence County Court Judge.”
“I truly appreciate the Canton Police Association’s endorsement. These hard-working officers know first-hand how important it is to have a judge with experience sitting on the County Court bench and there is no substitute for the experience I’ve gained over years of doing felony jury trials, preparing vulnerable witnesses to testify at trial and grand jury, and working for the court system to get the work of County Court done,” said Duvé.
Currently serving as principal law clerk in the St. Lawrence County Court, Duvé is running to fill the seat left vacant by County Court Judge Jerome J. Richards upon his retirement.