New York State Police Investigators Association endorses Duvé for St. Lawrence County Court judge
The New York State Police Investigators Association, Local 4, International Union of Police Associations, AFL-CIO, has endorsed Nicole Duvé for St. Lawrence County Court judge.
NYSPIA represents more than 2,400 active and retired Bureau of Criminal Investigation members of the New York State Police. Their membership proudly serves the citizens of St. Lawrence County and the State of New York in all areas of criminal investigation.In his letter to Duvé, Acting NYSPIA President Ronald Pierone said NYSPIA members were proud and honored to endorse Duvé, and noted “After years of experience as an Assistant District Attorney, Town Justice and then serving as Senior District Attorney, you have clearly displayed your dedication to ensuring peace and security to the residents in your community. Your demonstrated record of success in all aspects of your career, publicly and privately, reinforces our belief that you are the right candidate for St. Lawrence County Court Judge. Experience does matter and you are the right candidate with the necessary experience. The members of the New York State Police Investigators Association believe your experience, integrity and independence make you the clear choice to be the next Judge.”
“As a former prosecutor, I spent years working closely with many of the fine men and women of NYSPIA to obtain justice for victims of some of the most serious crimes in the county. From working together on homicides, sexual assaults and drug crimes, to home invasions and crimes against children, I know and respect the incredible work they do. I am deeply honored to receive their endorsement. If elected, I will draw on my many years of criminal justice experience to be the knowledgeable, hardworking, fair and impartial County Court judge the people of St. Lawrence County deserve,” said Duvé.