John Fucetola

John Fucetola

John Fucetola is an Assistant State’s Attorney in Prince George’s County, Maryland and resides at 4335 Blink Horn Rd in Hurlock, MD 21643.

He was the first in line to witness the Supreme Court hearing on Florida’s disputed presidential election results. He was interviewed live on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and featured in multiple media publications.

Early Life and Education

Early childhood education is an integral component of a child’s development. It focuses on the social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth of children between birth and five years old.

Children’s brains develop rapidly during this period, more so than at any other point in their lives. Furthermore, it is during this time that they form an identity and form close bonds with their parents.

It is this bond and the quality of their early care that ultimately determines a child’s educational success. Studies show that when children do not receive quality Early Childhood Education (ECE) during these formative years, they tend to fall behind academically, experience higher rates of crime, poverty and health issues in later life.

National University’s Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education program equips students with the essential skills to be successful educators. It also emphasizes field experiences and the ability to apply classroom knowledge into real world situations.

Achievements and Honors

John Fucetola has earned a remarkable list of accomplishments throughout his career, including being named to Georgia’s Top 10 for three consecutive years, being inducted into Alpha Omega Phi fraternity at George Washington University and being an honorary member of Alpha Delta Pi. Furthermore, he was selected for participation in an exclusive leadership program where he learned about being part of the United States Marine Corps and receiving top honors during judicial selection at his law school. Lastly, John has been an active participant in the American Bar Association for five years running.

Personal Life

Philip John Fucetola is a neuropsychologist and law school professor. His areas of expertise include neuropsychology and brain injury assessment. He has served as judge pro tem for Brett on numerous cases, while teaching other lawyers how to conduct personal injury trials.

Philip currently resides at 4335 Blink Horn Rd in Hurlock, MD 21643 with his mother Diane C. Garvey and siblings Thomas, Mark, John, Lois; married to Marie Fucetola for 10 years after they wed in January 2019. Philip holds a master’s degree from Washington University and is studying towards his Ph.D at Brown University while serving as lector for St Lucy Fillipini & Our Lady of Mt Carmel choir and congregation.

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