McGinley Appointed To Pima County Superior Court Bench

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Casey McGinley has been appointed to the Pima County Superior Court. The appointment of McGinley was made to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Richard Fields.

Casey McGinley is currently a full-time Judge Pro Tempore of the Pima County Superior Court. McGinley presides over criminal cases. He also serves as an appellate judge on appeals and special actions from Pima County limited jurisdiction courts, and as a judge for both the Restitution Court and the Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison Program.

Casey began his career clerking for Judge Christopher C. Browning on the Arizona Superior Court for Pima County. After his clerkship, Casey took a position as Deputy County Attorney with the Pima County Attorney’s Office where he practiced criminal prosecution for nine years serving in the misdemeanor, vehicular, violent offense and cold case units.

Casey earned his Bachelors of Science in Political Science from the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University and his law degree from the University of Arizona.

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