Judge Andrea Wolfson was appointed by former Governor Charlie Crist to the County Court bench in May 2010. Initially, she served in the Criminal Division at the Hialeah Branch Courthouse where she presided over criminal traffic and misdemeanor cases as well as civil domestic violence injunction hearings. While in Hialeah, Judge Wolfson became involved in the Hialeah Parks and Recreation Department’s Early Prevention and Intervention (EPI) Youth Program. Last year she was recognized by EPI for her service. Presently, Judge Wolfson presides over DUI, criminal traffic and misdemeanor cases at the Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building. Judge Wolfson volunteers her time by participating in Town Hall Meetings, mentoring young people, and sitting in an appellate capacity over administrative matters.
Prior to her appointment to the bench, Judge Wolfson served our community as a prosecutor with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. In that capacity, Judge Wolfson prosecuted criminal cases, including the most serious felonies. Judge Wolfson also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida where she prosecuted firearms-related and complex cases. Judge Wolfson also spent a great deal of her time as a prosecutor supervising less-experienced attorneys. During her time as a prosecutor, Judge Wolfson was universally respected by her colleagues and the defense bar.
In 2012, Judge Wolfson stands before us, seeking an opportunity to continue to serve our community as a County Court Judge. She needs your support.
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