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SD's 6th Judicial Circuit Has New Presiding Judge

August 22, 2011, 12:14 PM

SD's 6th Judicial Circuit Has New Presiding Judge
PIERRE, SD - South Dakota Supreme Court Chief Justice David Gilbertson has appointed a new presiding judge for the 6th Judicial Circuit.

Judge John Brown will succeed Lori Wilbur, whom Gov. Dennis Daugaard recently appointed to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court. Wilber had been the presiding judge in the 6th Circuit since 2007. A presiding judge is the administrative head of the circuit.

The district covers 14 counties in central and south central South Dakota.

Brown, a former state lawmaker, was appointed as a circuit judge in 2008.

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