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Ernest F. Hart

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Ernest F. Hart
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Current Court Information:
New York City Criminal Courts
Title:   Judge
Position:   Queens County
Service:
Appointed by:   Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Active:   2013-Present
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Fordham University
Law School:   Villanova University

Ernest F. Hart is a judge of the New York City Criminal Court in Queens County, New York. He was appointed to this position in 2013 by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.[1]

Education

Hart received his undergraduate degree from Fordham University, and earned his J.D. from Villanova University.[1]

Career

Before his appointment to the bench, Hart worked for the New York County District Attorney's Office. He was also chief of staff and special counsel to Dennis Walcott, the former Deputy Mayor for Policy and Education.[1]

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