Tammy S. Robbins

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Tammy S. Robbins
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Court Information:
Nassau County Court, New York
Title:   Former judge
Active:   2005-12/31/2014
Past position:   Law secretary
Past position 2:   Assistant district attorney, Nassau County District Attorney’s office
Personal History
Undergraduate:   S.U.N.Y. at Albany
Law School:   Hofstra University School of Law
Candidate 2014:
Candidate for:  Nassau County Court
Position:  Race 1
State:  New York
Election information 2014:
Party:   Democratic
Incumbent:  Yes
Primary date:  9/9/2014
Primary vote:  14.7%
Election date:  11/4/2014
Election vote:  15.5%DefeatedD

Tammy S. Robbins was a judge for the Nassau County Court in Nassau County, New York. She served as a judge for the court from 2005 until the end of her last term on December 31, 2014.[1][2]



See also: New York judicial elections, 2014
Robbins ran for re-election to the Nassau County Court.
Primary: She was defeated in the Independence primary on September 9, 2014, receiving 14.7% of the vote. She competed against Steven M. Jaeger, Caryn R. Fink, Terence P. Murphy, William J. O'Brien and Fran Ricigliano. Additionally, she ran on the Democratic party line, though there was no primary for that party.[3] 
General: She was defeated in the general election on November 4, 2014, after receiving 15.5% of the vote. She competed against Steven M. Jaeger, Caryn R. Fink, Terence P. Murphy, William J. O'Brien and Fran Ricigliano for three open seats.[2][4]


Robbins received her undergraduate degree from the State University of New York at Albany and her J.D. degree from the Hofstra University School of Law.[5]


Before her election to the court in 2004, Robbins served as a law secretary to first Judge Jeffrey S. Brown and then to Judge David J. Ayres. She also previously served as an assistant district attorney with the Nassau County District Attorney’s office for eleven years.[1][6]

Awards and associations

  • 2014: Norman F. Lent Award, Nassau County Courts Criminal Courts Bar Association
  • Woman of the Year Award, Fraternal Order of Court Officers
  • Fidelis Juri Award, Court Officers Benevolent Association of Nassau County [6]

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