MARQUETTE, Mich. (WJMN) – Judge Karl Weber has been appointed to the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly.
The assembly is the final policy-making body of the State Bar. They consider policy including court rule and ethics rules changes, first amendment – permissible lawer speech issues; and other matters that affect courts, lawyers and judges in Michigan.
“Between his time on the bench and a lifetime of community service to the bar and the public, Judge
Weber has an intimate knowledge of the legal needs of our lawyers and community,” said Erica Payne, President of the Marquette County Bar Association. “I am thrilled we can advocate together for Marquette County.”
“It’s a distinct honor to participate as a member of the Representative Assembly and I look forward to providing a judicial perspective to the many issues that affect lawyers and judges across Michigan,” said Judge Weber.
Judge Weber handles primarily criminal law cases and civil disputes in the 96th District Court in Marquette County.
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