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Morgan Laur Reinman

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Morgan Laur Reinman
Current Court Information:
Florida Eighteenth Circuit Court
Title:   Judge
Appointed by:   Gov. Jeb Bush
Active:   5/29/2003 - 1/2/2017
Past post:   President, Morgan Laur Reinman, P.A.
Past term:   1995 - 2005
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Florida Southern College, 1982
Law School:   Nova University, 1986
Morgan Laur Reinman is a Brevard County judge of the 18th Judicial Circuit Court in Florida. She was appointed by former Governor Jeb Bush and took office on May 29, 2003. She ran unopposed and was retained in 2010 to a six-year term that ends on January 2, 2017.[1][2][3][4]


Reinman received her B.S. degree from Florida Southern College in 1982 and her J.D. degree from Nova University in 1986.[1]


Reinman began her career in 1986 as a legal intern in the State Attorney's Office. After graduating law school later that year, she became an assistant state attorney. The following year, she became an associate of Caruso and Kabboord, P.A. Then, in 1988, she joined Reinman, Harrell, Graham, Mitchell & Wattwood, P.A. She became a partner of that firm in 1993. She started her own practice in 1995. She was the president of Morgan Laur Reinman, P.A. until 2005. In 2003, she joined the circuit court.[1]

2010 election

Reinman ran unopposed and was automatically retained to a new term.[3]

Main article: Florida judicial elections, 2010

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