James R. Mitchell

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James R. Mitchell
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Current Court Information:
30th Judicial District, Louisiana
Title:   Judge
Service:
Active:   2008-2014
Preceded by:   Lester P. Kees
Past position:   Attorney, private practice
Past term:   1974-2008
Personal History
Home state:   Louisiana
James R. Mitchell is a judge of the 30th Judicial District, Division C in Louisiana. He was elected to this position on October 4, 2008 to replace former Judge Lester P. Kees.[1][2] His current term expires on December 31, 2014.[3]

Education

Mitchell earned an undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University, going on to receive his J.D. from Louisiana State University Law School.[4]

Career

Prior to his election, Mitchell ran a private practice in Leesville, Louisiana, that he founded in 1974.[4]

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