Jeremy Toth was born and raised in Buffalo and is a product of public education going to Waterfront grammar school, City Honors High School, SUNY at Albany and SUNY at Buffalo for law school. Upon graduation from law school Toth went into government becoming the Chief of Staff of former Assembly member Sam Hoyt. From 2000 until 2006 he was a Project Manager for the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. In 2007, Toth opened his own practice specializing in family and criminal law for the indigent as well as working on civil matters. In 2012, County Executive Mark Poloncarz hired him to be the Second Assistant County Attorney. He handles all types of litigation including personal injury, civil rights and election law matters, as well as advising the County Executive on policy matters. He lives on Buffalo’s west side with his wife Nava Fader and his three sons, Isaac, Luca and Ivor.