DiMango was a former college professor and an NYC Public School Teacher. In 1995, she was appointed as a Judge of the Criminal Court of the City of New York by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. After some years, she was appointed Acting Justice of the State Supreme Court, 2nd Judicial District.
In the year 2002, DiMango was elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Kings County. She is one of the three judges on the nontraditional panel-based court show Hot Bench, which was created by Judge Judy Sheindlin.
DiMango's name also appears on an article published in the popular American magazine New Yorker that dealt with Kalief Browder, a 16-year-old imprisoned in Rikers Island awaiting trial. The New Yorker article says that DiMango presided over the hearing that released Browder on his 31st court appearance.
Apart from that, DiMango has also been involved in other high-profile cases involving murders, hate crimes and crimes perpetrated against children.
DiMango is an American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She might be a married woman however, she has not mentioned about her love affair, marriage, or boyfriend. There is also no any information related to her husband and children.
Most of DiMango income comes from her career as a judge. She has worked in numerous court as a judge from which she must have collected a decent amount of salary. However, her current net worth has not been revealed yet. Considering his career, we can assume that she must have a net worth of millions of dollars.