Governor Hutchinson Appoints 3 Judges, 1 Prosecutor

Oct 6, 2016

Gov. Asa Hutchinson
Credit Governor's Office

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has appointed replacements for two judges who have been elected to state Supreme Court and another for a judge who's joining the state Court of Appeals.

Hutchinson on Thursday appointed attorney Gail Inman-Campbell to replace Supreme Court Justice-elect Shawn Womack as 14th Judicial District judge. Attorney Maureen Hazinski Harrod was appointed to replace Chief Justice-elect Dan Kemp as 16th Judicial District judge.

State Board of Pharmacy General Counsel Chris Carnahan was appointed to replace Appeals Court Judge-elect Mike Murphy as 20th Judicial District judge. Judge Holly Meyer was also appointed to replace 16th Judicial District Judge Don McSpadden as prosecuting attorney.

All four appointments begin Jan. 1 and end Dec. 31, 2018.