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Kenneth C. Holder

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Kenneth C. Holder
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Current Court Information:
Queens County Supreme Court, New York
Position:   Supreme Court Justice
Service:
Active:   2008 - 2021
Past position:   New York City Criminal Courts, Kings County
Past term:   2006-2007
Personal History
Law School:   University of Toledo College of Law
Kenneth C. Holder is a justice of the Queens County Supreme Court, Criminal Term in the 11th Judicial District of New York. He was elected to this position in 2008 and his current term expires in 2021.[1][2]

Education

Holder received his J.D. degree from the University of Toledo College of Law.[1]

Career

Holder was elected to the New York City Civil Court of Queens County in 2006. Later that year, he was assigned to the Kings County Criminal Court and, in 2008, he was briefly assigned to the Kings County Supreme Court, Civil Term. He was elected a Justice of the Queens County Supreme Court in 2008.[1]

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