Erie lawyer Mead announces candidacy for judge

Jan 24, 2013 Full story: Erie Times News 22

Erie lawyer Jamie Mead announced his candidacy for Erie County judge this morning in a ceremony crowded with friends and family and supporters.

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#21 Jan 30, 2013
The jokes on us, u r right after they text ur IQ and find out how dumb that sounds you could get away with murder too. She killed him with 4 kids at home with no remorse for his own child. Not saying he was an angel but did he need to be shot so many times. No public defenders for judge paid or not.
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Erie, PA

#22 Jan 30, 2013
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I was unaware that Joe was running until I saw the news this morning, I have known him for 20 plus years. He is a fair minded, even tempered man who would make a great judge. He learned well from his father who was a great man and a great lawyer also.
Joe has a variety of experience and should do well on the bench.
Irish people make shitty lawyers. They have bad tempers and/or they're drunks. Uh hem, Mike Joyce.......

We need a good pollack judge. Will one of you pollack lawyers run already.

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