Judge Doug Randall has dedicated his professional career to public service in Monroe County, proudly serving as part of the court system for the past 35 years. Over the past 10 years, he has presided over hundreds of felony jury trials, including some of the most serious criminal cases in our history and thousands of criminal and civil matters. As the most experienced County Court Judge, Doug Randall is seeking re-election so that he can continue to ensure justice and fairness for all in our community.
“I’ve raised my family here, gone to school here, and taken an active role in our community’s quality of life. I’ve dedicated my professional life to public service. I look forward to continuing that service through re-election to the County Court bench.”
Chosen to serve as Acting Supreme Court Justice and as an Acting Family Court Judge by the New York State Court System
Supervising Judge of the Special COVID Intervention Part for all Monroe County towns and villages
Served as Chief of the Violent Felony Division and Chief of the Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Bureau of the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office for 20 years
Makes decisions without fear of favor, displaying integrity in actions and rulings as County Court Judge
“Under our Constitution a judge must be neutral and independent. I have repeatedly shown that I am willing to make decisions based on the law and the facts, not on any favoritism, or bias. During my term I have reversed wrongful convictions, dismissed indictments, and suppressed evidence based on the misconduct or negligence of police or prosecutors. I have set aside jury verdicts when it was shown that a juror based their decision to convict on racial prejudices. I take my responsibilities very seriously. I have earned and continue to receive the respect of attorneys and the parties who appear in my court.”
Judge Doug Randall
The case against Mark Scerbo, for killing teacher and bicyclist Heather Boyum in 2012.
The case against Johnny Blackshell, for murdering Raekwon Manigault, Jonah Barley and Johnny Johnson in the Boys and Girls Club shootings of 2015.
The case against Gregory Jesmer for murdering 101-year-old Marcia Morrison in 2018.
The rights of every individual, accused and victim alike, are respectfully and carefully considered before I render any decision. My goal every day is to ensure justice and fairness for all in our community.
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Thank you for your support of Judge Randall’s re-election campaign! To support by check, please send to:
Friends to Re-Elect Judge Randall
c/o Christian Valentino
428 Heathland Circle
Webster, NY 14580