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    Sept. 21, 2011 – Gov. Walker appointed six circuit court judges and a district attorney on Sept. 16. The judicial appointments will stand until a judge has been sworn in following the April 2012 spring elections. The district attorney appointment will stand until December 2012 following a November election. All appointees have the opportunity to run for their seats.

    • Gary Bendix, Manitowoc County Circuit Court. Bendix practices at Bendix Law Office, in Manitowoc.

    • Nicholas J. Brazeau Jr., Wood County Circuit Court. Brazeau is a partner at the general practice firm Brazeau, Wefel, Kryshak, & Nettesheim, LLP.

    • Jeffrey Froehlich, Circuit Court in Calumet County. Froehlich is with the Calumet County District Attorney’s Office.

    • Gregory Gill Jr., Outagamie County Circuit Court Branch 4. Gill is a partner at Gill & Gill S.C., in Appleton.

    • William F. Kussel Jr., Menominee-Shawano Circuit Court. Kussel is the Director of Legal Services for the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin.

    • William Andrew Sharp Richland County Circuit Court. Sharp is with the Richland County District Attorney’s Office.

    • Bruce R. Poquette, Sawyer County District Attorney. Poquette is an assistant district attorney in the Sawyer County District Attorney’s Office.

    The judicial appointments will stand until a judge has been sworn in following the April 2012 spring elections. The district attorney appointment will stand until December 2012 following a November election. All appointees have the opportunity to run for their seats.