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In August, her father retired as the chief circuit judge of Kentucky’s 17th Judicial Circuit.
In December, just four days before Christmas, a circuit judge reunited Amy Fabbrini and Eric Ziegler with their youngest son, Hunter.
Jefferson County's 17 district judges are about the same at .99, and the 13 circuit judges are slightly higher, averaging the workload of 1.15 judges each.
Wochit The only statewide race in Tuesday's primary is the contest for a state Supreme Court seat that pits two circuit judges against an attorney who specializes in suing insurance companies.
Behind the scenes Officiant: Timothy Dyk, United States circuit judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
And there were a series of filibusters of Bush 43 circuit judges, some were confirmed, some were not.
Kane County Sheriff Don Kramer and his three-member Merit Commission have asked for a circuit judge to dismiss a judicial review request by a lieutenant who says Kramer suspended him for political reasons.
On Monday, Verm and her co-counsel notified the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that their clients client had been deemed eligible, opening the door for the circuit judges to dismiss the case.
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CIRCUIT JUDGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of circuit judge for English Language Learners
law : a judge who hears and tries cases in a circuit court
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