Franklin County judge to retire after 30 years on bench


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ROCKY MOUNT, Virginia — A Franklin County judge is retiring after serving 30 years on the bench.

WSLS-TV ( ) reports that Circuit Court Judge William Alexander will retire on Wednesday.

Alexander began his judicial career in 1984 when he was appointed as a General District Court judge. In 1994, he was appointed as a circuit court judge in Pittsylvania County. He became a circuit court judge in Franklin County in 1998.

The General Assembly appointed Rocky Mount attorney Clyde Perdue to succeed Alexander.

Information from: WSLS-TV,

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