McVeagh’s Experience And Temperment Will Serve Circuit Court

  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
In a perfect world, most people would opt to avoid Circuit Court. But life’s twists and turns can land you in a legal dispute in that courtroom. That’s why it is crucial to elect judges who possess the right temperament, demeanor, and dedication to public service to preside over these disputes with integrity and compassion. Alex McVeagh is such a judge.

As an attorney practicing in criminal and civil litigation for the past 12 years, I’ve been by the side of many people that would prefer to be anywhere other than Circuit Court.
From this perspective, I can unequivocally say that Alex McVeagh will be an asset to the Circuit Court bench and the litigants that find themselves there.  

Judge McVeagh has demonstrated his compassion through his work founding the misdemeanor recovery court and instilling hope with accountability to its participants. Judge McVeagh has demonstrated his innovation through developing pilot online mediation programs to assist people with alternative methods to resolve their disputes. Judge McVeagh has demonstrated his dedication to our community through implementing the above - without any personal financial incentives. We can rely on him to unfailingly work to serve each and every litigant, and the community as a whole.

Electing a judge is about securing a future where every individual has confidence in our system, whether it be a criminal charge, a family dispute, or a matter of personal injury or loss. The voters of Hamilton County have spoken wisely in the past and we are fortunate to have such incredible public servants in our local judiciary. Please join me in electing Alex McVeagh for our next Circuit Court judge.

Chrissy Mincy, Esq.
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