City of Montgomery Names Two Municipal Judges


By CBS 8 News

The city of Montgomery has announced the appointment of two new municipal judges.

Mayor Todd Strange has recommended the appointment of Milton J. Westry to a two-year municipal court judge position to the Montgomery City Council. He will take the bench on July 9and will work 14 dockets per month.

In addition, a committee handling the search recognized Lloria Munnerlyn-James as being an excellent candidate for municipal court judge and said she should be considered for a less than full-time placement when an opportunity presented itself. She will also take the bench on July 9 and will work three dockets per month with emphasis on domestic violence.

The official swearing-in ceremony will take place on July 13 at 3 p.m. at municipal court. Judge Charles Price will preside over the swearing-in.

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