New judge named to Kan. 10th circuit

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court has appointed a new judge to lead the 10th Judicial District.

The state Supreme Court said in a release Wednesday the high court appointed Judge Kevin P. Moriarty to a two-year term as Chief Judge of the 10th Judicial District. Moriarty has served as a 10th district judge since 2004.

Moriarty replaces Chief Judge Thomas Foster, who will resume his role as a judge on the court without the administrative duties of the chief judge.

His new position on the court starts Jan. 1.

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