Ebensburg attorney Beyer announces bid for district judge

EBENSBURG, Pa. – Ebensburg-area attorney Dave Beyer has announced his candidacy for district judge.

Beyer is seeking the vacant seat for District 47-3-07, which includes Ebensburg, Carrolltown, Cambria Township, East Carroll Township and Blacklick Township. The seat was previously held by Senior Judge Fredrick Creany until his retirement last year. Creany now serves in a senior judicial capacity.

Beyer, a registered Republican, is expected to cross file for the primary election.

He practiced law for 25 years and spent most of that time as a clerk of court in Cambria County.

According to Beyer, as a court officer he has presided over thousands of divorce, support and guardianship cases at a judicial level, and as a district judge, as and a court officer who presides over cases, rules on objections, accepts evidence, writes opinions. he also knows the law.

Beyer said he wants to continue serving his community in this judicial capacity.

“I love this region. I love the people here. I want to make sure that if the people of my constituency have a legal case, they are treated with the respect they deserve. I live here. I share the values ​​of the good people of my constituency,” he said.

Beyer said that if someone breaks the law, if it is a situation that may endanger the country, they should be dealt with immediately with a strong hand, saying that if their crime to be able to arrest them, they should be immediately put in prison not only to punish them. them for their actions, but for the protection of the community.

“There is no room in our district, or any district for drugs,” he said. “Drug dealers should be behind.”

Beyer describes himself as an outsider and supports the Second Amendment to the Constitution.

He and his wife, Mary, live in Cambria Township and have four children and four grandchildren.

Katie Smolen is a reporter with the Tribune-Democrat. Follow him on Twitter @KSmolen1230.

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