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Dynda R. Post

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Dynda R. Post
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Current Court Information:
Oklahoma District 12
Title:   Judge
Position:   Rogers County
Service:
Active:   1994-2014
Past position:   Assistant district attorney
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Oklahoma Baptist University
Law School:   University of Oklahoma

Dynda R. Post is a district court judge for Rogers County, which is located in District 12 of the Oklahoma District Courts.[1] She first became a judge in 1994, and she will retire at the end of her current term, which expires on December 31, 2014.[2]

Education

Post received a B.A. from Oklahoma Baptist University and a J.D. from the University of Oklahoma.[3]

Career

Prior to becoming a district court judge, Post worked as an assistant district attorney and a special district judge. During her judgeship, she started Tri-County CASA and Helping Children Cope with Divorce, programs designed to help children within the court system. She also helped establish adult drug courts throughout the 12th District, and started a juvenile drug court in Rogers County.[2]

2010 election

Post was re-elected after running unopposed.[4]

Main article: Oklahoma judicial elections, 2010

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