Farrell and Liddle Announce Re-Election Bids As Town of Oneonta Judges
First elected without opposition in 2017, Judge Liddle will have served the people of the Town of Oneonta for four years as one of two town magistrates, handling matters for town residents ranging from traffic violations to various criminal cases. Liddle also shares with Justice Sean Farrell the responsibility of emergency court arraignments.
“My record and my commitment show that the court must dispense equal justice, without fear of anyone or favor to anyone,” Liddle said. “If re-elected, I will continue to make fairness the hallmark of my court and to ensure equal treatment of all.”
Liddle came to the bench with broad experience in public safety matters. She served as Otsego County’s STOP DWI and traffic safety coordinator, where she interacted with municipal courts and law enforcement agencies across the county. As coordinator, Liddle worked to ensure that both courts and police agencies received DWI funding to upgrade and improve their technology and equipment.
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