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Nominees Named For NE Nebraska Disctrict Judge Spots

Posted: 06 February, 2013

MADISON - A press release from the Nebraska Judicial Branch shows that six Norfolk men and one from West Point are applying for two vacant district court judge spots in Northeast Nebraska. According to the release, Michael Brogan, Patrick Carney and Mark Johnson of Norfolk and Daniel Bracht of West Point are the applicants for retiring Judge Robert Ensz’s seat. Brogan, Carney and Johnson all practice law in Norfolk, while Bracht currently serves as the Cuming County Attorney. Carney and Bracht are also among five that applied for the seat being vacated by retiring Judge Richard Krepela. The other three are Assistant Madison County Attorney Michael Long, Norfolk Attorney Dennis Morland and Northeast Community College’s current vice president of human relations, Dave Ptak. Public hearings on both opening will be held Feb. 25th in the Madison County Courthouse.

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