Senate confirms Anthony J. Rosini as county judge
HARRISBURG - The Senate of Pennsylvania on Monday unanimously confirmed Anthony J. Rosini as Common Pleas Judge of Northumberland County, according to Senator John R. Gordner (R-27). First elected as Northumberland County District Attorney in 1995, Rosini is in his fifth term as D.A. He previously served for 12 years as an assistant district attorney, and three years as an assistant public defender. He will serve the remainder of the unexpired term of former President Judge Robert Sacavage, who retired earlier this year.
"Tony Rosini is an accomplished attorney and a man of high integrity," said Gordner. "I am sure he will continue an exemplary record of public service to the citizens of Northumberland County." Rosini was nominated for the position by Gov. Tom Corbett and received unanimous approval of the Senate Judiciary Committee at his confirmation hearing last week.