TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed an Overland Park attorney to serve on a state court in northeastern Kansas.
Kevin M.P. O'Grady will fill the vacancy on the 10th Judicial District court in Johnson County created by the retirement of Judge Peter V. Ruddick.
Brownback announced the appointment Wednesday, selecting O'Grady from a list of three nominees.
O'Grady earned his law degree from the University of Kansas and was admitted to the bar in 1987. He is a shareholder in the Overland Park firm of Ferree, Bunn, O'Grady and Rundberg.
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