The Oswego County Democratic Committee and the Minority Legislators of Oswego County unanimously endorse and support Judge David J. Roman, an outstanding individual, for the position of Oswego County Court Judge for the upcoming elections in November of 2010.
David J. Roman currently serves as an Oswego County Court Judge, presiding over the Sex Offender Treatment Court program in Oswego County and cross-assigned as acting Family Court Judge in both Oswego and Onondaga Counties. He also served as a Judicial Hearing Officer in the Onondaga Family Court in both 2009 and 2010, through the time of his nomination and confirmation of County Court Judge.
Judge Roman assumed the bench on January 1, 1989, upon his initial election as Oswego County Family Court Judge, to which he was re-elected in 1998. He also presided over the Oswego County Family Treatment Court for seven years and was instrumental in its creation. In addition, he served as a full-time (acting) Supreme Court Justice, presiding over Oswego Countyâ€™s Integrated Domestic Violence Court, from its inception in 2005 through the end of his term in 2008.
Among Judge Romanâ€™s professional activities, he has been a member of the NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics, since 1996. He previously was an eighteen year member of the Fourth Department Law Guardian Advisory Committee and was an active member and two year past president of the NYS Family Court Judgesâ€™ Association.
The Judge received his B.S. degree from Cornell University in 1973, and graduated from Albany Law School in 1976. He was admitted to practice in 1977 and, prior to his election in 1988, served as a confidential law clerk in both NYS Supreme and Family Courts. Judge Roman is a member of the American, New York, and Oswego County Bar Associations. He has also served two years as President of the Oswego County Bar Association while in private practice.
With best regards,
Mike Kunzwiler, 18th District
Doug Malone, 20th District
Jacob Mulcahey, 15th District
Amy Tresidder, 16th District