||M. John Sherman
U.S. (SUPERIOR COURTS/TRIAL-LEVEL/COUNTY LEVEL/)
Judge M. John Sherman is a Superior Court Judge in New York
Harvard College, B.A. magna cum laude, 1971 Syracuse University, J.D. 1975.
Tompkins County Judge, 10 years (1994-present) Ithaca City Court Judge, 4 years (1990-1993) Acting City Court Judge, 6 years (1984-1989) Prosecutor/Assistant District Attorney, 6 years (1976-1981) Private legal practice, 1982-1993.
Community Dispute Resolution Center Advisory Board, 6 years Ithaca Youth Bureau Advisory Board, 6 years Tompkins County Alcoholism Advisory Board, 3 years Alpha House Advisory Board, 3 years Tompkins Community Action Advisory Board, 2 years Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services, counsel, 10 years.
CSEA, Local 1000 AFSCME, AFL-CIO.
Judge M. John Sherman presided over the trial of the St. Patrick's Day Four. These anti-war protestors were arrested in the Ithaca, New York area after covering themselves with blood in a recruiting station. The case eventually resulted in a mistrial.
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