Isn’t it time those words mattered again? Aren’t we ready, now more than ever, to have a leader we can trust to live those words every day? With your support, we can deliver.
The Caye for Judge Committee proudly supports Bill Caye for Allegheny County Common Pleas Court Judge. Bill exemplifies the traits we have looked for in our public servants. He has a track record of selfless service, honest communication and compassionate decision making that has made a positive impact on his community and our entire region. Bill has helped improve the quality of life for some of our most vulnerable populations including seniors, women and children, and persons with severe disabilities, mental health conditions, addictions and special needs through practical reforms in the Juvenile, Orphans (Probate), Civil, Arbitration and Criminal Divisions. He’s been involved professionally in our legislative, executive and judicial branches of government administration of law at the city, county, state and federal levels. He’s held numerous demanding positions of critical oversight and accountability in due diligence and complex litigation including Senior Deputy Attorney General, Assistant District Attorney and of Counsel over 27 productive years.
Bill is Pittsburgh through and through. He was born, raised and educated in a working class neighborhood in the city of Pittsburgh.
He founded and operates a solo law practice dedicated to justice and pro bono client matters. He has taught and lectured at the prestigious Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law and the Inn of Court Dean Ed Sell Chapter. Bill is President of the Diocesan Serra Club and the Secretary of Autism Speaks in W. PA. He has been a Board of Governor for the Duquesne University Law School Alumni Association and a Board of Trustee at Brookline Teen Outreach. He is committed to making a difference, solving problems and modernizing the Court system to be more inclusive for our marginalized communities and small businesses.
Please join us in providing Bill the support and goodwill he will need to serve the citizens of this county in a decent and courteous manner in assuring justice for all.
The Caye for Judge Committee
Olivia Harris, Chair