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Wyoming supreme court justice to retire


October 3, 2017

CHEYENNE (AP) — The longest-serving justice currently on the Wyoming Supreme Court plans to retire as he reaches the state’s mandatory retirement age for judges next year.

William Hill’s last day on the bench will be Feb. 16, his 70th birthday, he announced Monday.

Republican Gov. Jim Geringer appointed Hill to the

Wyoming Supreme Court in 1998. By now, Hill has served longer than any other current justice by seven years. His departure gives Gov. Matt Mead the chance to appoint a fourth justice to the five-judge panel.

Hill told The Associated Press he’s mulling over his plans for...

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