Nominees announced for Superior Court in Pinal County

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The Pinal County Commission on Trial Court Appointments has recommended four nominees to Governor Jan Brewer for an opening on the Superior Court in Pinal County.

The nominees for the opening created by the retirement of Judge Robert Carter Olson are: Karl C. Eppich, 52, Republican, a Judge for the City of Mesa Municipal Court; Danielle Harris, 35, Democrat, Administrative Law Judge for the Arizona Department of Transportation; Craig A. Raymond, 47, Republican, a Commissioner for
the Superior Court in Pinal County; and, Delia Reeves Neal, 46, Independent, a Commissioner for the Superior Court in Pinal County.

Governor Brewer will appoint the new judge.

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