(Wyo)-Wyo Chief Justice Retiring This Fall
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice James Burke says he plans to retire this October.
Burke, a graduate of the University of Wyoming Law School, was named a district judge in 2001 and appointed to the Supreme Court by then-governor Dave Freudenthal in 2005. He's been chief justice since 2014.
Burke's successor will be appointed by Governor Matt Mead, who's already appointed the other 4 current members of the high court - justices Michael Davis, Kate Fox, Keith Kautz and Lynne Boomgaarden.
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