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John C. Dearie

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John C. Dearie (born March 23, 1940) is an American lawyer and politician from New York.

Political career

He entered politics as a Democrat. On February 27, 1973, he was elected to the New York State Assembly, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Anthony J. Mercorella.[1] He was re-elected several times, and remained in the Assembly until 1992, sitting in the 180th, 181st, 182nd, 183rd, 184th, 185th, 186th, 187th, 188th and 189th New York State Legislatures.

Dearie ran for New York City Comptroller in 1981, but was defeated by the incumbent Harrison J. Goldin in the Democratic primary. Shortly after, redistricting placed Dearie in the same district as Republican Guy Velella, which now covered Parkchester and Throggs Neck. Dearie defeated Velella in the 1982 election. Ten years later, after another re-apportionment in which his district was cut up, he decided to retire from politics, and focus on his legal practice instead.

Law career

In late 2001, it was widely publicized that John C. Dearie's personal injury plaintiffs' firm in the state of New York has been experimenting with bus-sized "mobile law offices."[2] Dearie's penchant for mobility began years before as an Assemblyman when he took to creating outdoor district offices by setting up folding tables in parking lots and shopping malls instead of hearings in public-hearing rooms. As of 2014 there are three mobile law offices.[3]

References

  1. ^ Dearie Wins in Special Vote For Bronx Assembly Seat in the New York Times on February 28, 1973 (subscription required)
  2. ^ Feuer, Alan (26 December 2001). "Wheels on the Office Go Round and Round; Next Stop for a Legal Team? A Personal Injury Case in Queens". New York Times, D1. Retrieved 17 January 2014.
  3. ^ "Mobile Law Offices". John Dearie Law. Retrieved 17 January 2014.

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New York Assembly
Preceded by
Anthony J. Mercorella
New York State Assembly
85th District

1973–1982
Succeeded by
John M. Perone
Preceded by
José E. Serrano
New York State Assembly
75th District

1983–1992
Succeeded by
Hector L. Diaz
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