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Governor Announces Judicial Appointments For 14th, 19th, 26th Judicial Districts. Maroney Selected for Henderson, Chester, Madison

Steven W. Maroney, Chancellor for 26th Judicial District, Chancery Court, which includes Henderson County.
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On Friday, August 13, 2021, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced key appointments to the Board of Parole and judicial positions across the state.

“It’s an honor to announce the appointment of eight qualified Tennesseans who will each bring valuable experience to their respective roles,” said Gov. Lee. “I am grateful for their commitment to our state and confident they will serve with integrity.”

For Henderson, Chester, and Madison Counties, which are part of the 26th Judicial District Chancery Court, Steven W. Maroney was appointed as Chancellor.

Maroney is an attorney at Teel and Maroney in Jackson. He earned his J.D. at the University of Memphis Humphreys School of Law and his bachelor’s degree at Union University. Maroney will fill Chancellor James Butler’s vacancy, effective immediately. The other appointments are…

For complete coverage, see the August 18th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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