General Election: November 8, 2022


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Andrew Biviano

 

Spokane County District Court

Position 6

Andrew Biviano

Legal/Judicial Experience: Judge Pro Tem, Spokane County District Court; Law Office of Andrew Biviano, PLLC (Civil Rights Law); Former Assistant United States Attorney; Former Partner, Paukert & Troppmann, PLLC; Former Adjunct Professor, Gonzaga Law School

Other Professional Experience: Former Case Manager: Assisted people struggling with mental health, addiction, housing, and employment.

Education: Yale University B.A. in Psychology; Gonzaga Law School J.D., First in Class

Community Service: Andrew has volunteered on school, charitable, and non-profit boards, and for local charities including Spokane Food Fighters. He served as a court-appointed advocate for children in foster care. He has coached youth sports and is active in community theater.

Statement: Judges must protect public safety and preserve public trust in the law. I bring decades of experience in doing just this, through my work as a civil rights lawyer, criminal prosecutor, defense lawyer, and pro tem judge. I have litigated important civil rights and consumer protection cases. I have both defended the government and held it accountable. Equally important are my education and experience helping people with mental illness and addiction recover, keeping them and our communities safer.

Spokane is my home, where I grew up. I would be honored to serve as your next district court judge.


 
Web Site: https://www.andrewforjudge.com/  
Email: Andrew@andrewforjudge.com  
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Opponent: Deanna Crull
 
   
 

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