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Hon. Anthony Marano

Anthony Marano, Supreme Court Justice and Administrative Judge of Nassau County, was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. After earning a Bachelor of Arts from St. John’s University, he continued at St. John’s and obtained a law degree in 1969.

After engaging in the general practice of law for 23 years, he was elected to the Nassau County District Court in 1992 where he was Supervising Judge of the SAGE Program for spousal abuse and domestic violence. He was elected president of the District Court Judges’ Association. In addition, he supervised the Trial Assignment Part.

In May 1999 the Governor appointed him to the New York State Supreme Court. Later that year he was elected to the Supreme Court from the 10th Judicial District and was appointed Supervising Judge of Matrimonial Matters in Nassau County and remained in that position until January 2004. While he presided over the Matrimonial Center he oversaw over 5,000 contested matrimonial matters, 8,000 uncontested matters and 1000 post divorce judgment applications. During this same period, Judge Marano also supervised and presided over Mental Hygiene Law Article 81 Guardianship cases and Article 9 Mental Hygiene Law cases.

In January 2004 Chief Judge Judith Kaye appointed Judge Marano to the position of Administrative Judge of Nassau County.

As Administrative Judge, Judge Marano now oversees the operation of all the Courts in Nassau County with direct supervision of 93 judges and 1,100 non-judicial personnel. He oversees the processing and adjudication of a yearly average of over 185,000 filings in the Supreme Court, Surrogates Court, Family Court, County Court, District Court, and City Courts.

Judge Anthony Marano

Information about Judge Marano is also available on the Judicial Directory.