Michael Corriero Biography
Michael Corriero better known as Judge Corriero is an Italian-born American prosecutor and television host known for being one of the three judges on the CBS syndicated court show HOT BENCH.
Michael Corriero Age
Corriero was born in 1943. However, he has not yet disclosed the date or month he was born. It is therefore not known when he celebrates his birthday.
Michael Corriero Height
Corriero stands at an average height. However, her exact height is not yet disclosed but will be updated as soon as his body measurements are available.
Michael Corriero Family
Corriero has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Michael has any siblings.
Michael Corriero Wife
Scott is very private about his personal life therefore it is not known if he is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of him being in any past relationship with anyone.
Michael Corriero Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 50 Million which he has earned through his career as a prosecutor and television host.
Michael Corriero Salary
He earns an annual salary of $10 Million.
Michael Corriero Education
Corriero went to St. John’s University and St. John’s University School of Law. St. John’s University College awarded him a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in social science.
Michael Corriero Career
He filled in as the Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City from July 2008 to July 2010. The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to give tutors to all youngsters who need caring grown-up good examples.
He recently filled in as a Judge in the New York State courts for quite a long time. He was named to the New York State Court of Claims in June 1990. From September 1992 to February 2008, Judge Corriero managed Manhattan’s Youth Part, a court put away inside the grown-up court framework to manage the instances of 13, 14, and 15-year-olds who are accused of the most genuine and fierce violations.
He was selected to the New York State Supreme Court (1989 – 90) and furthermore filled in as a Judge of the Criminal Court of the City of New York (1980 – 89). He addressed criminal equity as an Adjunct Professor at Pace University (1976 – 94) and was an Assistant District Attorney for New York County (1969 – 73). He in this manner specifically as a private professional in all periods of criminal law (1973 – 80). Judge Corriero was likewise Assistant General Counsel to the Society of European Songwriters, Authors and Composers; a Legislative Assistant; and an Associate at Schiffmacher, Rochford and Cullen, a firm that spent significant time in civil law.
Judge Corriero is a graduate of St. John’s University School of Law (1967) and St. John’s University (1964). He was an individual from the Law Review and filled in as a partner proofreader. He moved on from St. John’s University College with a Bachelor of Arts degree studying sociology.
He is the writer of a book entitled: Judging Children as Children: A Proposal for a Juvenile Justice System, distributed by Temple University Press, in September 2006.
Extra legitimate compositions include: The Involvement and Protection of Children in Truth and Justice-Seeking Process: The Special Court for Sierra Leone, The New York Law School Journal of Human Rights (Spring 2003 Edition); South African Paper-Proposals for a “Adolescent Justice Act,” NYSBA Crim. Just. J. (Spring 1999 Edition); Sentencing Children Tried and Convicted as Adults, NYSBA Crim. Just. J. (Spring 1999 Edition); The Youth Part and Juvenile Justice, N.Y.L.J., Feb. 4, 1997, at 1; Youth Parts: Constructive Response to the Challenge of Youth Crime, N.Y.L.J., Oct. 26, 1990, at 1; and A Fresh Look at the Fashionable Fifth, 3 Kings County Crim. Bar Assoc. J., June 1987.
Judge Corriero is the beneficiary of various distinctions and grants, remembering Excellence for Juvenile Justice, Juvenile Detention Association of New York State (2007); Frank S. Hogan Associates Recognition Award (2007); Excellence in Children’s Advocacy, introduced by 100 Women Against Child Abuse (2006); The Citizens’ Committee for Children’s Annual Founders’ Award (2004); The Howard A. Levine Award for Outstanding Work in the space of youngsters and the law (New York State Bar Association 1999); The Livingston Hall Juvenile Justice Award (American Bar Association 1997); Outstanding Service on Behalf of Youth Award (ELEM 1996, 2007); The Conrad B. Mattox, Jr. Federation Debate Winner (University of Richmond 1996); The Charles A. Rapallo Award (Colombian Lawyers Association 1994); and he took an interest as a Polsky Judicial Fellow at the Aspen Institute’s Justice and Society Seminar (2003).
Judge Corriero serves in line with the previous Chief Judge of New York State, Judith Kaye, on the New York State Permanent Commission on Justice for Children. He likewise serves on Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Committee on the Judiciary and Governor David Paterson’s Task Force on Transforming Juvenile Justice. He has recently carried out on the New York State Assessment Commission Task Force.
Judge Corriero has filled in as Chairperson of the Committee on Juvenile Justice of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. He is at present the Co-seat of the American Bar Association’s Juvenile Justice Committee. He was an individual from the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Children and the Law. He filled in as a trustee of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City; an individual from the Advisory Committee of Citizens’ Committee for Children; an individual from the Professional Committee of ELEM (Youth at Risk in Israel); and a board individual from Transfiguration Grammar School Education Association.
In November 1997, the United Nations welcomed Judge Corriero to join a group of global adolescent equity specialists to make a trip to South Africa and instruct government authorities on the creation concerning an adolescent equity framework.
In April 2002, Judge Corriero headed out to Sierra Leone, Africa on a mission supported by the Ford Foundation and the Human Rights Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. The reason for the mission was to help the Sierra Leone Bar Association in remaking its ability to viably work following a ten-year common conflict. One of the critical issues defying the Association and the Sierra Leone government was the reintegration into society of the various youngster officers who battled in the conflict.
He has headed out to Israel on a few events in line with ELEM, an American/Israeli association, to counsel on adolescent equity projects, most as of late in November of 2006.
In October 2002, Judge Corriero tended to the International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates at their sixteenth World Congress in Melbourne, Australia. In July 2005, he was welcome to Kazakhstan by the Soros Foundation to address government authorities and youngster advocates on the foundation of an adolescent equity framework.
In August 2006, he joined in and directed a studio named “Danger of the Internet” at the seventeenth World Congress of the International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
In November 2009, he headed out to Peru on a mission supported by the United States Department of State. He conveyed a feature discourse at the First World Congress on Restorative Juvenile Justice at Catholic University in Lima.
He has conveyed introductions on adolescent equity issues at establishments like Tel Aviv University, the MacArthur Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. He has likewise addressed on adolescent equity at numerous colleges and graduate schools, including Columbia University, New York University, Fordham University, and the University of Michigan Law School at Ann Arbor. In line with the MacArthur Foundation and the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, he informed the staff of the board on adolescent equity issues.
Judge Corriero has affirmed at state, city and government administrative hearings on adolescent equity issues, conveyed various addresses and partook in many state and public board conversations.
Corriero (Ret.) serves as one of three judges on CBS Media Ventures’ Emmy-nominated syndicated court program HOT BENCH, created by Judge Judy