Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard appoints Peter Saint George Davis to Associate City Court Judge

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Mount Vernon Associate City Court Judge Peter Saint George Davis

MOUNT VERNON, NY — January 3, 2022 — Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard has today appointed Peter Saint George Davis to Associate City Court Judge following the retirement of Judge Adam Seiden. Judge Davis joins the Mount Vernon City Court bench effective January 1, 2022 for a six-year term.

Peter Saint George Davis is joining the Mount Vernon City Court as an Associate Judge. He is an attorney in good standing and licensed in both New York State and Connecticut. Peter has 28 years of experience in the Legal field as a former Assistant District Attorney and 18B indigent defense attorney in private practice. His areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, Criminal Trials, real estate closings, landlord-tenant matters, building code violations and civil litigation.

Associate Judge Davis looks forward to supplementing the excellent sitting judges in the City of Mount Vernon by bringing his legal and life experience by incorporating innovative and supportive means in order to continue promoting efficiency in the legal system. He holds an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice and a Juris Doctorate. Davis has served his community by Pro Bono Representation, served in the past as an Auxiliary Police Officer, coached athletics, and mentored youth in his spare time.

 

eHeziMount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard appoints Peter Saint George Davis to Associate City Court Judge

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  1. He was no he is one of the best attorneys in Mt. Vernon he would go in and fight for you proud of all your accomplishments Mount Vernon moving forward.

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