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Aaron S. Biichle, Esq., of Williamsport, Attorney at Biichle Law, P.C., has announced his intention to run for Magisterial District Judge. Biichle plans to cross-file and will seek the Republican and Democratic nominations for District 29-1-02 in the May 21st primary election.

Biichle graduated from Hughesville High School. He received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Mansfield University where he obtained Dean’s List status. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law, Harrisburg, where he also obtained Dean’s List status, was Vice President of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society and received an Excellence Award in Criminal Law.

A practicing attorney for over a decade, Biichle was formerly a prosecutor with the Lycoming County District Attorneys Office, where he was specially assigned to prosecute crimes involving special victims and obtained a 100% conviction rate in homicide trials. After his career as a prosecutor, Biichle was an associate attorney with Murphy, Butterfield & Holland, P.C., and then proceeded to open his own successful legal practice in Williamsport.

Asked why he was running for District Judge, Biichle said, “the position of District Judge is an important one because it is multi-faceted and offers a unique opportunity to serve my community in a face to face manner.”

Active in the community, Biichle was appointed Special Hearing Master for the Lycoming County Underage Drinking Court, serves on the Advisory Board for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Bridge, and is a member of the Lycoming Law Association and former chair of the LLA Criminal Bar.

He is a partner at Faith Wesleyan Church, Williamsport, where he serves on the Local Board of Administration and volunteers with the Youth Ministry.