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College Station municipal court judge elected to lead state association

College Station municipal court judge elected to lead state association

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A College Station municipal court judge has been elected to a presidential post in the Texas Municipal Courts Association.

Ed Spillane III was voted president-elect by members of the association, which governs the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center. The association also represents the state's municipal court judges, clerks, bailiffs, marshals, prosecutors and other court personnel.

Spillane will assume office in September and will become the TMCA president in September 2015.

The Harvard University and University of Chicago School of Law graduate has been serving as the association's regional director. Spillane began presiding over the College Station Municipal Court more than 12 years ago.

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