Village of Red Hook
Justice Court Press Releases
Red Hook Judge Named
Magistrate of the Year
Shown in the photograph is outgoing
Magistrates President Hon. John Crodelle presenting the Magistrate of
the Year award to Judge Triebwasser.
Red Hook Town and Village Justice Jonah Triebwasser has been named
Magistrate of the Year by the Dutchess County Magistrates Association.
The award was presented to Judge Triebwasser recently at the Italian
Center in Poughkeepsie where he was also inducted as President of the
Dutchess Magistrates for 2011 - 2012.
In making the award, the Magistrates said that "Judge Triebwasser has
devoted nearly forty years of his life to the court as a police officer,
investigator, prosecutor, attorney, and most recently as a judge. Judge
Triebwasser has combined those qualities of judicial excellence,
integrity, and community involvement that rightfully inspire his
judicial colleagues. Moreover, he has made more significant
contributions to the Dutchess County Magistrates Association that have
benefited all of the Association's members.
Judge Triebwasser has been a Red Hook resident for 32 years along with
his wife, Ellen. They have two children: Tom, 28, an electrical engineer
with Lockheed Martin, and Alison, 25, a veterinary assistant.
Judge Triebwasser is a graduate of the John Jay College of Criminal
Justice (class of 1972) and the New York Law School (Class of 1979). He
is a member of the adjunct faculties of Vassar and Marist Colleges.
03-10-10 Red Hook
Courts Receive Grants
Shown in the photograph are
(left to right): Village and Town Judge Jonah Triebwasser, Court Clerks
Kathy Fell and Nancy Roberts and Town Justice
Jeffrey C. Martin.
- 10-13-09 First Wedding on Walkway
Over the Hudson
Red Hook Town and Village
Justice Jonah Triebwasser officiated at the historic first wedding held
on the Walkway Over the Hudson on October 10, 2009. The happy couple
were Scott Case and Meg Misove of Pleasant Valley.
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