Madeline Singas Confirmed to NY Court of Appeals in 37-26 Vote

June 9, 2021

Greek American Madeline Singas, formerly Nassau County's District Attorney, has been confirmed by the New York State Senate in a 37-26 vote to serve as an associate judge on the New York Court of Appeals. Singas was nominated by New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on May, 25, 2021 to serve as an associate judge on  New York State's highest court. 

Prior to her confirmation, Singas served as Nassau County District Attorney overseeing a broadly successful crackdown on drugs and was a leader in the crusade of getting weapons off the streets of Long Island. Singas was the first Greek American woman to be a district attorney of a county in the United States and she will be the first Greek American to ever serve on the New York Court of Appeals.


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