Governor Names Leavenworth County Judge

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Gov. Kathleen Sebelius named Dan Wiley as
district judge in the First Judicial District serving Leavenworth
and Atchison Counties.

Sebelius announced the appointment of Wiley, 43, of Leavenworth on Friday. He fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Frederick Stewart.

He has been in private practice and has more than 11 years of judicial experience in Leavenworth County, serving as a municipal judge for the city of Leavenworth and as a pro tem district judge
in Leavenworth County.

He received his undergraduate degree from the College of Great Falls in Montana and his law degree from the University of Kansas.

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