Chenango County celebrates Law Day

NORWICH – Chenango County’s celebration of Law Day took place last Friday morning in the county courthouse, approximately 50 people attending the annual event, including many members of the legal community and high school students involved with the county’s mock trial competition. Presiding over the proceedings were Supreme Court Justice Kevin M. Dowd; Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Garry; County, Family and Surrogate Court Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr.; and his predecessor, former County Court Judge W. Howard Sullivan.

During the event, assistant district attorney Michael J. Genute recognized the Gilbertsville-Mount Upton Central School District mock trial team as the winners of this year’s competition.

“A great thing about it is everyone is really receptive, we don’t have the limitations other places do because everyone is happy to help the kids,” said Genute, alluding to the widespread support the program receives from the majority of those involved in Chenango County’s legal system.

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