Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Milwaukee County Judge Kahn Jr. Won't Seek Re-election In 2014

Charles F. Kahn Jr.

Judge Kahn Jr. announced that he won't seek re-election and will retire in middle November.

By H. Nelson Goodson
November 6, 2013

Milwaukee, WI - On Monday, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Charles F. Kahn Jr. confirmed that he will retire in the middle of November and won't seek re-election. Kahn posted his decision late Monday night in his Facebook page.
Kahn stated that his last day at work as a circuit court judge will be November 22, after 21 years on the bench. 
"In December, I will bring the lessons I have learned in 39 years as a trial lawyer and judge to my passion for conflict reduction by moving to field of mediation, arbitration and advocacy consultation. The new service will be called A Neutral View...Early in December, I will activate a website with more information about the services available through A Neutral View," Kahn wrote.
Governor Scott Walker (R) will have the opportunity to appoint a judge to fill the remainder of Judge Kahn Jr.'s term, which ends in July 2014. 

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