Former York County assistant DA to ru...

Former York County assistant DA to run for district judge

There are 29 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jan 6, 2011, titled Former York County assistant DA to run for district judge. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Local attorney Joshua Neiderhiser said Thursday he will seek election as district judge for District 19-3-07, currently held by retiring District Justice Gerald E. Shoemaker.

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Unbelieveable

York, PA

#21 Jan 7, 2011
I mean't not still living in the 60's
Double Dipping

York, PA

#22 Jan 9, 2011
Oy vey wrote:
Just what we need is another cop as a DJ. They just can't ever seem to get off the public pension merry go round. Disgusting.
State police pensions cease when retirees begin another govt job post-retirement. The same should happen with local police.
the Truth Dover

United States

#23 Jan 9, 2011
I don't know if any of you remember this or not but magee arrested the judge up in dillsburg some years back for DUI! If anything I think that tells what kind of a guy he is and that nobody is above the law. He is the man for the position and it doesn't matter who Eshbaugh or anyone else aligns themselves with. It all comes down to who people think is the best for the job not politics! magee is the one for the job! He has served these areas for 15 years and will continue to do a good job for us!
Shirley

Dallastown, PA

#24 Jan 9, 2011
Earl Z wrote:
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Upon reading this post I have to wonder why
this list of current and former Republican office holders have such an interest in this local low level office.Do they truly believe this is the most qualified candidate or is it another opportunity for them to display their political clout.I believe the voters in this area are more diverse and sophisticated then to fall for such a ruse
You know Earl, I wondered that too. It almost looks like desperation, but why? Isn't being Chief of Police a powerful position? I'd like to see someone else in the race; someone not connected to all of these office holders, and certainly someone who is not part of the "good old boys club".
The Unconnected Candidate

York, PA

#25 Jan 13, 2011
I am also running in the election for retiring District Magistrate Gerold Shoemakre's office. I am not connected with "the good ole boys" in York County. I work in the criminal justice system and have done so for over 10 years. I currently work with law enforcement agencies form the local MDJ offices to Federal and State agencies. I work with court docketing, sentencing, and court orders from York County Clerk of Courts on daily basis. I see the system work from the time a defendant is brought in front of the MDJ's until the defendant is released from prison.
It has been said in many posts about fairness by the Distict Judges, well I have worked the last 10 years in a position where I was not on either side and I think that gives me the opportunity to fair and impartial.

I also believe that it's not about politics or "bashing" the other candidates. Some of these candidates have served our community by putting themselves in harms way to protect us.

I have lived in Dover for over 20 years and raised my family here.My only desire is to serve the people of the area in the best way I can and that's by listening to each case individually and impartially.

I will publically anounce my candidacy this weekend and I would honored to have the people of Dover and each Township I would represent vote for me.

God Bless You all.

Jeff Warren
yorkie1251

York, PA

#26 Feb 11, 2011
I've known Dave Eshbach and his family for many years, and I can't imagine anyone better than Dave for the job. Sorry that I don't know the other candidates, but the people of York County will be very fortunate if Dave is their future DJ. Nobody asked me to post this, but I know Dave, and anybody who meets him will know he is the right choice.
Vote for Stan

Philadelphia, PA

#27 Feb 26, 2011
If you want the most quailfied canidate by far, vote Stan Snyder. He was born and raised in Jackson Township, educated in Spring Grove schools, was employed as a Police Officer in Jackson Township. He is a great school teacher who has led many students down the right path. I know Stan will serve the residents of his district well, with liberty and justice for all. Check Stan's credentials, and see he's the clear choice for District Judge!
DoverVoter

Roxbury, PA

#28 May 16, 2011
Stan Snyder has my vote!
corrupt system

York, PA

#29 Jun 1, 2012
what the hell is wrong with a judicial system that does not require these district magistrates to be a practicing attorney, a member of any state bar, nor have a law degree? how the hell can they interpret the law when they dont even know the law?
oh yeah, that's right....they take a few hours of night classes and a multiple choice exam...they should all be forced to recluse themselves from the bench and all cases overturned

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