“As a former Senior Deputy Attorney General, I am proud to have achieved a 100% conviction rate in several Pennsylvania counties,” Caye said. “Over the course of my legal career, I have represented numerous clients and successfully resolved legal disputes in the Civil, Orphans’, Juvenile, Arbitration, and Criminal Divisions of our Common Pleas Court.”
“Additionally, I believe that a judge should be a tireless force to advance knowledge and education about our judicial system among the public at-large,” Caye added. “I will help to elevate our judiciary as a beacon of fairness, transparency, and integrity in our government.”
The Caye campaign announced the following Honorary Chairs: Treasurer John K. Weinstein, Retired Judge Robert Gallo, State Senators Wayne Fontana, Jim Brewster, Jay Costa and Attorney Robert Delgreco.
Caye graduated from the Duquesne Law School.
There are currently four vacant or soon-to-be open seats on the State Superior Court. Among the eleven non-interim members, the partisan breakdown is seven Republicans and four Democrats.