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Judge Michael Burns Named 2013 Presiding Judge of County Court’s Tenth Judicial District
Judge Michael P. Burns has been named County Court Presiding Judge of the 10th Judicial District (Adams, Clay, Fillmore, Franklin, Harlan, Kearney, Nuckolls, Phelps, and Webster Counties) beginning January 2013. The Nebraska Supreme Court approved the nomination of Judge Burns, whose name was submitted by his fellow county court judges for the leadership position.
Judge Burns was appointed to serve on the county court bench in 2011 after 19 years of practicing law. He has served as a temporary special prosecutor and deputy county attorney. He was recently mentioned in the Nebraska Chief Justice’s State of the Judiciary speech to the Unicameral for his award-winning work with the Adams County Maryland Living Center housing project. Burns serves on the Nebraska County Judges Education Committee and Education Subcommittee of the Supreme Court Commission on Children in the Courts.
As presiding judge, Judge Burns has primary responsibility for overseeing the delivery of county court services within his judicial district. Judge Burns will also serve as the liaison to other agencies of local and state government for the courts of the district and to the Nebraska State Bar Association and the press.
Presiding judges also bear the responsibility for overseeing personnel matters for the district and provide county courts in the area with direction in matters of local district policy.
For a judicial profile photo of Judge Burns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last modified on Monday, January 28, 2013