Ogdensburg attorney announces candidacy for city court judge
Thursday, May 21, 2020 - 5:36 pm

OGDENSBURG -- Marcia L. LeMay of Ogdensburg has announced she is seeking election to the Ogdensburg City Court judge bench following the retirement of Ogdensburg City Court Judge Gary R. Alford.

LeMay is a private practice attorney with the Law Office of Marcia L. LeMay in Ogdensburg. She has practiced in her own firm since September 2014. Prior to that, she was a partner at Nash, Palm & LeMay in Canton. She has also served as an assistant district attorney and the St. Lawrence County chief public defender. LeMay is currently a member of the St. Lawrence County Judicial Diversion/Drug Court Team, and has also served as a special prosecutor, special counsel to the St. Lawrence County Department of Social Services, and a lecturer at the David Sullivan Law Enforcement Academy.

An Ogdensburg native, LeMay received her B.A. degree from St. Lawrence University and her juris doctor degree from Albany Law School. She returned home upon graduation to practice law and raise her family.

“LeMay has been very active in the Ogdensburg Community and is currently on the Claxton Hepburn Foundation Board of Directors, the Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Ogdensburg Land Bank, and is a member of the Ogdensburg Area Zonta Club.

She is married to Jeffrey Green and they have two children, Seth and Madeline,” a campaign announcement said.

“I believe we all have an obligation to use our gifts and talents to make our community a better place. By serving as your Ogdensburg City Court Judge, I can best use my talents to serve the people of Ogdensburg. I have almost 25 years experience as a trial attorney, I know the rules of evidence, trial procedure, and pretrial procedure. I have the experience and knowledge to run a court room,” LeMay said in a prepared statement.

 

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