Longtime defense attorney Craig Stilwill, left, has been appointed the newest Pasco Municipal Court judge. The four-year term, which starts Jan. 1, requires Stilwill to modify his private practice so he is available up to 30 hours per week for both court dockets and administrative oversight.
Longtime defense attorney Craig Stilwill, left, has been appointed the newest Pasco Municipal Court judge. The four-year term, which starts Jan. 1, requires Stilwill to modify his private practice so he is available up to 30 hours per week for both court dockets and administrative oversight. File Tri-City Herald
Longtime defense attorney Craig Stilwill, left, has been appointed the newest Pasco Municipal Court judge. The four-year term, which starts Jan. 1, requires Stilwill to modify his private practice so he is available up to 30 hours per week for both court dockets and administrative oversight. File Tri-City Herald

Longtime attorney named Pasco Municipal Court’s next judge

December 05, 2017 06:38 PM

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