VOTE FOR JUDGE WILLIAM STEWART BOYD FOR APPELLATE COURT

VOTE FOR JUDGE WILLIAM STEWART BOYD FOR APPELLATE COURT

I rarely write about or get involved in politics. However, when I know from my own personal experience that a candidate is exceptional, hard working and displays superior legal skills, I will rally behind and support that individual. The candidate that you MUST vote for is Judge William Stewart Boyd. 

With only a few days left before the March 20, 2012 election, I wanted to make sure you’ve heard about Judge William Stewart Boyd, an independent Democratic candidate for Illinois Appellate CourtI have had the pleasure of appearing before Judge Boyd for many years and I can tell you from my own experience that  Judge Boyd is the only candidate who shares my values, has the experience and work ethic we need on the Appellate Court.

For the past 13 years, Judge Boyd has presided over thousands of cases as an Associate Judge for the Circuit Court of Cook County.  His judicial record is spotless and he has earned a sterling reputation among attorneys and litigants alike. 

Appellate Court Justices hear cases that have been appealed to the Appellate Court from the trial court. Everyone is entitled by law to one appeal from a trial court verdict. This guarantees citizens a second chance for their cases to be heard by a higher court to ensure that justice is achieved. Judge Boyd is the ONLY JUDGE you should want on the Appellate Court to hear those cases. This election gives us a rare opportunity to elect a proven leader--a judge who will decide cases fairly and without political influence.

 I  support Judge Boyd and I hope that you will too.  To learn more about him and his candidacy for the Illinois Appellate Court, please visit www.VoteBoydForJudge.com.  

 Remember to Punch #124 when you go to the polls on March 20, 2012.

Thank you for your time, consideration and attention to this important matter.

 

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