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District Court Judge Joseph Troia of Omaha To Retire 4/24/15  04/24/15 8:50:29 AM Printer Friendly VersionPrinter Friendly Version

District Court Judge
Joseph Troia of Omaha To Retire

Douglas County District Court Judge Joseph S. Troia will retire on May 29, 2015, after nearly four decades of service as a judge in Omaha, Nebraska.
“Our system of justice exists to serve the community and it has been an honor to be part of the system. First, in serving the citizens of Omaha when I was appointed to the Omaha Municipal Court by then Governor James J. Exxon and in 1978; second, the citizens of Douglas County and Nebraska when the Omaha Municipal Court and the Douglas County Court merged in 1985; and third, Douglas County and the State as a District Judge appointed by then Governor Ben Nelson in 1991,” said Judge Joseph Troia in his resignation letter to Governor Pete Ricketts in late February.
The first step in replacing Judge Troia will be for the Judicial Resources Commission to call a meeting to determine whether, based on judicial workload statistics, his retirement creates a vacancy in the 4th Judicial District (Douglas County).  

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