Greene County’s attorney Kimberly Pratt has announced her candidacy for the seat of the Joint Pleas Court vacated by Judge Farley Toothman.
Pratt cross-fils in both the Democratic and Republican primaries. The Carmichaels-based woman has had a private practice in Greene County and has worked on family law, real estate, estates, and general civil litigation.
In addition to her practice, Pratt has been a hearing officer for youth addiction since 2014 and a hearing officer for juvenile delinquency since 2018. A graduate of Carmichaels Area High School in 1984, she earned a degree in management from Waynesburg University and a law degree from West Virginia University in 1991. She is a past president of the Greene County Bar Association and a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
She is also a member of St. Matthias Parish and attends St. Hugh Catholic Church in Carmichaels.
Pratt has three daughters and has sponsored youth sports teams, coached youth cheerleading teams, and has been a member of youth activity refresher organizations.
“My goal as a judge will be to reassure the citizens of Greene County and everyone involved in the legal system in that county that all matters will be heard in the court in a timely manner and that all decisions will be made applicable law, ”said Pratt.