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Retain Judge Dina Keever Palm Beach County

Judge Keever has a seasoned background as a former federal prosecutor in both the Miami and Philadelphia United States Attorney’s Offices. She prosecuted complex cases involving drug trafficking, bank robberies, healthcare fraud, and economic crimes, among others.

Judge Keever also has diverse work experience in Palm Beach County as a criminal defense attorney and as Senior Counsel for Rabin Kammerer Johnson where she represented whistleblower plaintiffs in cases involving healthcare and Veterans Administration fraud.

In Palm Beach County Retain Judge Dina Keever

Since her appointment to the Circuit Court in June 2015, Judge Keever has presided over the resolution of over 2,000 serious felonies in circuit court and has received outstanding reviews from the prosecutors and defense attorneys who appear before her. Her campaign steering committee includes a diverse and prominent group of both civil and criminal lawyers across Palm Beach County.

Judge Dina Keever has been doing an outstanding in Palm Beach County Circuit Court.

Judge Keever also has received the endorsements of the National Organization for Women, Palm Beach County Human Rights Council, Palm Beach County Economic Council, the Police Benevolent Association, Professional Firefighters and Paramedics of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County Medical Society, and BIZPAC, as well as numerous current and former elected officials who all believe Judge Keever is serving well from the bench.

When Judge Keever is not on the bench, or working in the community, she spends time with her husband, Dr. Mark Agrama, her two teenage sons, and her two golden retrievers.

Retain Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge Dina Keever!

We look forward to Judge Keever’s continuing contributions to the bench and community for another six years and beyond. Please vote for Judge Keever on Election Day, August 30, or during early voting from August 15 to August 28. For early voting locations in Palm Beach County, click here.

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