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Jeff McCurdy

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About Jeff

Jeffery McCurdy is a native of DeKalb County Alabama born and raised in the High Point/Stamp Community. He is the son of Theresa O’Dell (Freddie) and Ronald McCurdy both of Henagar, brother of Starr (Mitch) Mitchell and uncle to Hayden and McKenna, grandson of Mack and Alice McCurdy of the High Point Community and Earnest and Wilma Jean Nance of Browntown Community. He grew up attending High Point Church of God and still attends services to date. He was raised on a farm where he learned the meaning and value of hard work, a work ethic that he has carried into his current career.

He is a graduate of Sylvania High School, (1990), a graduate of Jacksonville State with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education (1997), a master’s degree in school counseling from University of West Alabama (2005), and a Juris doctorate from the Birmingham School of Law (2009). He taught school in the DeKalb County school system for 12 ½ years primarily as elementary school counselor for 10 ½ years at Sylvania High School. He also served as coach for several sports at Henagar and Sylvania schools. Upon completion of his Juris doctorate in law he passed the bar and began his practice in 2010 in Fort Payne, Alabama.

The father of four, Dakota McCurdy, Alex McCurdy, and Toby (Jordan) and Cody (Paige) Hurley and grandfather of two, Braylon and Camden, resides in Henagar Alabama and currently serves as councilman for the Town. He mainly serves in the DeKalb, Jackson and Cherokee County areas with cases in all areas of law. He has been the public defender in the Town of Sylvania for 5 years and the Town of Ider for 5 years and has been special prosecutor and judge for differing towns and municipalities. He is an active member and secretary of the Republican Executive Committee.

Jeff’s Stance

A vote for Jeff McCurdy as your next 9th Circuit Judicial Judge, Place 2, is a vote for fairness, efficiency and judicial conservatism.

Too many times in our society it is perceived that people of influence and money are treated with more respect and integrity within the court system. However, if elected, no matter your socio-economic background, race, sex, and religion, in my courtroom each person will be treated with respect and dignity therefore constituting fairness to one and all.
People put their lives on hold when having to appear in court. Too many times they are left waiting long periods of time for an outcome. If elected, my intent would be to ensure that my office work as efficiently and expediently to lessen the hardship placed on all parties.
In our country today we have too many judges that take it upon themselves to change the law. It is not the job of the judge to make law. It is the job of the judge to interpret the law as it is written. No matter what my personal view is of a certain law, I am bound to make decisions within the written law. If elected, I would not be an activist judge.
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