Mark Hall seeks judgeship

October 2013
Malakoff News (TX);10/25/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 43, p4
The article reports that Athens, Texas assistant district attorney Mark W. Hall is seeking the position of a judge at the Henderson County Court at Law No. 1, a post held by Matt Livingston.


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