Posted by: Andy Taylor | May 7, 2010

Arkansas Court of Appeals Judge Price Marshall Confirmed as Federal Judge

Arkansas Court of Appeals Judge D.P. “Price” Marshall has been confirmed as a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas.   Judge Marshall was elected to the Arkansas Court of Appeals four years ago, and will be replacing U.S. District Judge William R. Wilson, who assumed senior status (which is a form of retirement).   A spokesman for Gov. Beebe’s office said that the Governor is still considering how to handle the vacancy that Judge Marshall’s appointment leaves on the Court of Appeals.


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  1. [...] 1, Position 2 on the Arkansas Court of Appeals, filling the vacancy left by the resignation of Judge Price Marshall, who was recently confirmed as a federal judge.  Abramson will serve in this position through 2012.  The voters of the 12 east-Arkansas counties [...]

  2. [...] vacancy left on the Arkansas Court of Appeals when Judge D. Price Marshall Jr. was appointed and confirmed as a federal judge to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas.  [...]


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