North Carolina Governor Announces 2 Judicial Appointments

Raleigh, NC (STL.News) Governor Roy Cooper announced two judicial appointments in high and district courts across the state.

“These new judges are leaders in their districts and have years of experience in the courts,” said Governor Cooper. “I am confident that you will serve the people with dedication and honor.”

Timothy Gould will serve as the Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 19C for Rowan County. He will take the place left by Hon. Anna Mills Wagoner. Since 2009, Gould has served as the assistant district attorney for the Rowan County District Attorney’s Office. He previously served as the Assistant District Attorney for the District 25th District Attorney and Assistant District Attorney for the Durham County District Attorney. He received his BS in Business Administration from Appalachian State University and his Juris Doctor from Duke University.

Cull Jordan, III will serve as a judge at the District Court in District 12, Cumberland County. He will take the place left by Hon. Edward Pone. Jordan is currently a partner at Smith, Dickey & Dempster PA. He previously worked for the Cumberland County District Attorney and Brady Law Firm. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Wingate University and his Juris Doctor from North Carolina Central University School of Law.

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