Riley appoints Madison County district judge
MONTGOMERY (AP) — Gov. Bob Riley appointed Ruth Ann Hall to a district judge seat for Madison County on Friday, filling a vacancy created by Judge Susan Moaquin’s retirement.
The appointment is effective immediately.
Hall is a partner in the Huntsville law firm of Spurrier, Rice & Hall, where she has been employed since 1991.
She also worked as a clerk for then-Circuit Judge C. Lynwood Smith, who is now serving as a federal judge for the Northern District of Alabama.
She is a 1986 graduate of The University of Alabama in Huntsville and graduated magna cum laude at Cumberland School of Law in 1990.
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