7th District nominees sent to governor
Torgerson is a candidate to replace Anderson on the bench
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Don Torgerson, a familiar face to many who work in the Seventh District Court in Moab, is a nominee to replace Judge Lyle Anderson. 				 Courtesy photo
Don Torgerson, a familiar face to many who work in the Seventh District Court in Moab, is a nominee to replace Judge Lyle Anderson. Courtesy photo
The Seventh District Judicial Commission has selected nominees for a vacancy on the Seventh District Court resulting from the July 1 retirement of Judge Lyle Anderson.

The nominees for the vacancy are: Matthew Carling, owner, Carling Law Office; Jeremiah Humes, deputy county attorney, Carbon County Attorney’s Office; Jack McIntyre, attorney, McIntyre and Golden, PC; Rachelle Shumway, deputy county attorney, Washington County Attorney’s Office; Don Torgerson, attorney/owner, Torgerson Law Offices, P.C.

The Seventh Judicial District includes Carbon, Grand and San Juan counties.

The names have been sent to Gov. Gary R. Herbert, who will have until sometime in June to make an appointment. Governor Herbert’s appointee will be subject to confirmation by the Utah Senate.

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