Haitian American lawyer Cassandra Johnson bids for Civil Court judgeship in Queens

Haitian American lawyer Cassandra Aimée Johnson, a lifelong Queens resident who has built her life’s work around helping others, says she is ready to sit as a judge in Civil Court in Queens.

Johnson – the daughter of a Haitian immigrant, currently works as a referee at the Supreme Court of Queens and, for the past 11 years, has conducted trials, settlement conferences and mediations. She’s also written over 6,000 judicial decisions.

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