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Charles D. Wood
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Current Court Information:
New York Supreme Court 9th Judicial District
Title:   Supervising Judge, Matrimonial Part
Position:   Westchester County
Service:
Active:   2010 - 2023
Past position:   Yonkers City Court Judge
Past term:   2006 - 2009
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Vassar College
Law School:   New York Law School
Charles D. Wood is a justice of the Supreme Court, 9th Judicial District in New York. He was elected to this position on November 3, 2009 and took office in January of 2010. His current term expires in 2023. He was assigned to Westchester County in January of 2012 and, since January of 2013, he has served as the Supervising Judge of the Westchester County Matrimonial Part.[1][2][3][4]

Education

Wood received his B.A. degree from Vassar College in 1991 and his J.D. degree from the New York Law School in 1994.[2]

Career

Wood began his career in 1995 as a sole practitioner in Yonkers, NY. In 1997, he left this position to work as an associate attorney for the law firm of Banks, Curran, Keefe & Spolzino, LLP. In 1999, he became Counsel to state Senator Nicholas A. Spano (35th District). He worked in that capacity through 2005. He also worked as a sole practitioner again from 2001 to 2005. He became a judge of the Yonkers City Court in 2006. He then joined the Supreme Court in 2010.[2]

Elections

2009

Wood was elected to the court in November 2009.[5]

Candidate IncumbentSeatPartyElection %
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Francesca Connolly ApprovedA Yes9th DistrictDemocratic, Working Families9.7%
Jeffrey Cohen ApprovedA No9th DistrictDemocratic, Independence, Conservative, Working Families11.1%
Orazio Bellantoni ApprovedA Yes9th DistrictRepublican, Independence, Conservative, Right to Life10.8%
Charles Wood ApprovedA No9th DistrictRepublican, Independence, Conservative9.9%
David L. Steinberg No9th DistrictDemocratic, Working Families8%
James W. Hubert, Jr. Yes9th DistrictDemocratic, Independence, Working Families9.1%
Charles E. Stewart No9th DistrictRepublican, Conservative9%
William L. Maher No9th DistrictRepublican7%
James Alexander Burke No9th DistrictRight to Life>1%
Mary N. Clark No9th DistrictRight to Life>1%
Stasia T. Vogel No9th DistrictRight to Life>1%


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