Applications now open to replace Chief Judge Vogel

By: Rox Laird on June 25th, 2019

The State Judicial Nominating Commission is accepting applications through July 22 for a vacancy on the Iowa Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court has announced. The vacancy will be created when Chief Judge Gayle Nelson Vogel retires July 1.

Judge Vogel, of Spirit Lake, announced her retirement to Gov. Kim Reynolds June 12. She has served on the Court of Appeals in 1996 and was elected chief judge by the nine-member Court in January, replacing Judge David Danilson, who retired in January.

The Court of Appeals reviews civil and criminal actions, post-conviction proceedings, and small-claims actions transferred to it by the Iowa Supreme Court. A decision of the Court of Appeals is final unless the Supreme Court grants further review.

Go to the State Judicial Nominating Commission website for more information on the application process.

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