Monday, May 13, 2013

First Judical Judge Retiring
A presiding judge from the first judicial district is retiring after a forty years in the field of law. Chancellor Richard Johnson is judge of the Chancery and probate courts and says he will retire from that post on June 30th. Johnson was placed in his position in 1988 to fill a term vacated by Leon Davis. Johnson was then elected back into that position in 1990..98…and 2006. While he is retiring he expects to keep busy. Johnson says he will continue his hikes in the Appalachian Trail and has several hobbies and grandchildren to keep him busy. As Chancellor, Johnson was the presiding judge of the district. There is no word on who might fill Johnson’s seat. (CC)

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