Welcome to the Bench, Week of July 30th 2019

Congratulations to the following judges who are either new to the bench or have recently been elected, appointed or hired for a new position.

Lauralee Cardinal, Superior Court, Arizona
Jessica L. Curtis, District Court, Colorado
Robert Charles Lochary, District Court, Colorado
Amiel Markenson, District Court, Colorado
Chelsea W. Rengel, County Court, Colorado
Vincente G. Vigil, District Court, Colorado
Morgan T. Zurn, Chancery Court, Delaware
Jamie R. Grosshans, District Court, Florida
Tiffany E. Davis, Circuit Court, Illinois
John Lindsey Adam, District Court, Kentucky
Wytonja Curry, Circuit Court, Maryland
Julie A. LaCost, District Court, Michigan
Suzanne Brown, District Court, Minnesota
Paula Drungole-Ellis, Chancery Court, Mississippi
Susan Stallings, District Court, Oklahoma
David K. Thomson, Supreme Court, New Mexico
Chaucey J. Watches, County Court, New York
Wesley Bray, Criminal Court, Tennessee
Michelle Moore, State District Court, Texas
Amy C. Kaestner, Municipal Court, Washington

Know of a new judge (of any kind) we’ve missed? Let us know with an email to njc-communications@judges.org.

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