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- Occupation: Occupation: lawyer & public policy development specialist
- Resident: Walnut Hills
- Education: Harvard Law School (J.D., with honors); Hamilton College (A.B., with highest honors)
- Fred has a proven record of public service as Associate Counsel to the President of the United States
- Was a senior official in the U.S. Department of Justice, and as chief of staff and legal counsel to a local congressman
- He also practiced civil litigation with Taft, Stettinius & Hollister.
Bruce B. Whitman
- Upholding the rule of law that is vital to this community's survival;
- Promoting safety and justice through firm, fair, and impartial legal rulings;
- Interpreting the law honestly and accurately without preference for any special interest.
- Occupation: Attorney
- Beyond the basic minimal qualifications, I have practiced general trial law in Hamilton County, Ohio since November 1980
- including experience in criminal and civil law in the Court of Common Pleas.
- I have tried and settled many cases in front of judges, juries and administrative bodies.
- To run an efficient Courtroom which is fair to all parties;
- To protect the public safety in a common sense manner; and
- To provide an open and robust atmosphere for the resolution of disputes.
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