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Mac Parsons

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Mac Parsons was a judge for Circuit 10. He served the Bessemer Division of Jefferson County, Alabama prior to his retirement in January 2011.[1][2][3]

Parsons died after a yearlong battle with cancer in November 2011.[4]

Education

Judge Parsons received his undergraduate degree from Jacksonville State University and his law degree from the Birmingham School of Law.[3]

Supreme Court bid

See also: Alabama judicial elections, 2010

Parsons faced incumbent Tom Parker in the general election[5] and was defeated.[6]

Endorsements

  • The Birmingham News - To read the endorsement, click here.
  • The Montgomery Advertiser - To read the endorsement, click here.
  • Opelika-Auburn News - To read the endorsement, click here (dead link).
  • The Decatur Daily - To read the endorsement, click here.

Professional career

Parsons has been a judge for 11 years. Prior to that, he was a state Senator for 16 years.[3]

Contact

1801 Third Ave., N., Rm. 613 Annex
Bessemer, 35020
(205) 481-4170[2]

External links

References

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