Judge Profile

Daniel D. Angiolillo

Judicial Experience:

  • Associate Justice, Appellate Division, Second Department, Appointed (November 17, 2006) by Governor George E. Pataki
  • Justice of the Supreme Court, Ninth Judicial District, Elected, January 2000 to December 31, 2013
  • Associate Justice of the Appellate Term, Ninth and Tenth Districts Supreme Court of the State of New York; presided over appellate cases originating in the lower trial courts, 2004 to 2006
  • County Court Judge, Westchester County Acting Justice of the Supreme Court, Ninth Judicial District, Elected, January 1994 to 1999

Other Professional Experience:

  • Adjunct Professor of Law, Issues in Family Law and Administration of Justice; Criminal Law and Procedure; and The Rights of Crime Victims, Manhattanville College, 1996 to present
  • Assistant District Attorney, Superior Court Trial Division, Career Criminal Bureau Trial Attorney, extensive trial prosecution of designated career criminals; Rackets Bureau; Local Court Bureau., Westchester County, March 1979 to November 1985
  • Adjunct Professor of Law, Business Law I and II, Iona College, 1989 to 1993
  • Principal Law Clerk to, Hon. Kenneth H. Lange, Westchester County Court Judge, Acting Justice of the Supreme Court, 1985 to 1993
  • Private Practice of Law, 1977 to 1979

Biographical Data:

  • Associate Justice of the Appellate Term, Ninth and Tenth Districts Supreme Court of the State of New York; presided over appellate cases originating in the lower trial courts (2004-2006). Justice of the Supreme Court, Ninth Judicial District. Elected on November 2, 1999 to a Fourteen Year Term Commencing January 2000 and Expiring December 31, 2013; presided over Integrated Domestic Violence Court, Westchester County (New York State Pilot Court) involving related Domestic Violence, Family Court and Matrimonial also known as "One Family/One Judge". (2001-2005). County Court Judge, Westchester County Acting Justice of the Supreme Court, Ninth Judicial District Elected on November 2, 1993 to a Ten Year Term commencing January 1994; presided over criminal and civil cases (1994-1999)        

Education:

  • J.D., St. John's University School of Law, 1975
  • B.S., Boston College, 1974

Publications/Lectures:

  • "At What Age May A Child Testify Under Oath?", The Navigator, Vol. 2, Issue 1
  • "Seeking Truth, Preserving Rights-Battered Women's Syndrome/Extreme Emotional Distress: Abuse Excuse or Syndrome Defense", Pace Law Review, Vol. 24, No. 1
  • Balance, St. John's University School of Law Publications, 1977
  • Federal Criminal Case Review, St. John's University School of Law Publications, 1976
  • Federal Criminal Case Review, St. John's University School of Law Publications, 1977

Professional Civic Activities/Honors/Awards:

  • N.Y.S. Commission on the Jury, appointed by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye
  • Committee to Promote Gender Fairness in the Courts, 9th J.D.
  • Court Responses to Batterers Program Noncompliance: A National Perspective, Advisory Board
  • Advisory Committee, Violence Against Women Act, N.Y.S. Division of Criminal Justice Services
  • Westchester County Instructor/Presenter, Unified Court System, Orientation Seminar for Newly-Elected and Newly-Appointed Judges, Criminal Justice Advisory Board
  • Former Member Domestic Violence Council, Westchester County
  • Former Director, Chairman Scholarship Committee, Columbian Lawyers Association, Westchester Co.
  • Former Chair, Sex Offender Management Committee, Westchester County
  • Former President, White Plains Bar Association
  • Former Advisory Board Member, Victims Assistance Services, Westchester County
  • Westchester County, New York State, and Westchester Women's Bar Association
  • President Emeritus, Prader-Willi Alliance of New York, Inc.
  • Former Member Special Education P.T.A., Harrison
  • Board of Directors, Alumni Association St. John's University School of Law
  • Chair, Westchester Chapter, Alumni Association St. John's University School of Law
  • Former Vice President and Board of Directors, Lions International
  • Alumni Admission Volunteer, Boston College
  • Parishioner/Lector, Our Lady of Sorrows Church, White Plains
  • Former Member, St. Agnes Hospital Children's Rehabilitation Center, Development Committee
  • Order Sons of Italy; Italian Civic Association; and Enrico Fermi Scholarship Fund
  • Cornell University Institute on Organized Crime, 1979
  • Cum laude graduate; Honors Program, Boston College