Suzanne M. Mondo
|Suzanne M. Mondo|
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|Current Court Information:|
|New York City Criminal Court|
|Position:||Criminal Court Judge|
|Active:||1999 - 2018|
|Past position:||Civil Court Judge|
|Undergraduate:||New York University|
|Law School:||Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law|
New York City Criminal Court of Kings County, New York. She was appointed to this position in 1999 and was reappointed in 2008. Her current term ends in 2018.
Mondo began her career in 1982 as a senior trial attorney of the Kings County District Attorney's office. In 1988, she joined the U.S. Justice Department's Organized Crime and Racketeering Section as a special attorney. She worked in that capacity until 1990, when she returned to the Kings County D.A.'s office, this time as a Deputy Executive Assistant Attorney. She then worked as a private practice criminal defense attorney from 1996 until her appointment to the New York City Civil Court in 1998. The following year, she was appointed to the Criminal Court. She also served for a brief time in 2009 as an acting justice of the Kings County Supreme Court, New York.
- New York City Criminal Court
- Fox News, "Biker in SUV Assault Caught Prison Break from Soft Judge Suzanne Mondo," October 7, 2013
- New York Post, "Authorities try to explain thug’s sweetheart deal," October 8, 2013