Occupation: Deputy District Attorney, Klamath County
Occupational Background: Deputy District Attorney; Youth Peer Court Judge; Attorney in general practice, Civil and Criminal law, Instructor Business law & Civil Liability law, Law Clerk, Metropolitan Public Defender, Law Clerk, Marion County Legal Aid. Director of Marketing; Property Management; Investment Advisor. Speaks fluent Spanish.
Educational Background: Willamette University College of Law, J.D., BYU, B.A.
Prior Governmental Experience: Deputy District Attorney, Klamath County
Professional Experience: Prosecutes major felonies
and misdemeanors including murders, rapes and other Measure 11 offenses. General
law practice: contract, estate planning, corporate, criminal, tort and real
estate law. Eight years experience in business, marketing and investments.
Community Involvement: Youth Peer Court Judge, Methamphetamine Task Force Subcommittee Member, Truancy Task Force, Rotary, Citizens for Safe Schools, YMCA, Youth Soccer, United Way, Boy Scouts and church.
Personal: Born and raised in Oregon in small farming community. Married to Lisa and has 3 children.
Scott is an intelligent, creative problem solver and we are extremely fortunate to have someone of his caliber working hard for all of Klamath County.
Cec Amuchastegui, Incoming Superintendent Klamath Falls City Schools
As Youth Peer Court Judge, Scott is an invaluable part of our program. He has excellent rapport with teenagers and their parents. His wisdom and compassion have gone a long way to bring real change in the lives of Klamath County youth.
Vicki Kaber, Youth Peer Court Coordinator
We Support Scott Carter for Judge!Sharon Becerra, Steve Bruner, Orin Camenish, Dave Davis, Mike Gregory, Bill Guest, Cheryl Hukill, Mike Long, Marlene Meyers, Dr. Lynn Mortenson, Evan Mortenson, Bill Nash, Art Ochoa, Bud Olsen, Charlotte Rodgers, Brad Rupp, Dr. Steven Shirts, Scott Teeples, Dr. Douglas Todd, MD and Debbie Vought.
For more information go to www.scottcarter04.com(This information furnished by Committee to Elect Scott Carter.)