Newburgh City Council Appoints New JudgeJan 3rd, 2014 | By HV Insider | Category: Featured Articles
In their first action of 2014, the new City Council appointed Eddie Loren Williams, Esq. as City Court Judge. Judge Williams will serve a 10 year term, replacing the Hon. B. Harold Ramsey who retired.
Judge Williams, a Newburgh resident, is a graduate of the University at Albany and earned his Juris Doctor from Albany Law School of Union University. Most recently, he served as Trial Attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, and formerly as an Assistant District Attorney for the Orange County District Attorney’s office.
He was an Assigned Counsel for the Supreme Court Appellate Division and Associate Counsel to the New York State Assembly.
Mayor Judy Kennedy, who administered the oath of office, commented, “The City Council looks forward to working with Judge Williams as we continue to focus on reducing crime and making the City of Newburgh a safer place to live and work.”