Mary Daniel appointed as judge for 26th Judicial District
Lawmakers from the district appointed Daniel to fill the vacant spot left by Ian Williams in February. Daniel will officially start serving as a judge on June 1.
Since 1993, Daniel has practiced law and she is currently a partner at the Booth, Strange & Daniel Law Firm in Winchester. She has practiced in Berryville and Martinsburg, W.Va. and spent seven years as a part-time assistant commonwealth’s attorney in Winchester.
Daniel was elected to a second, four-year term on the Clarke County Board of Supervisors in November. She will resign from the position to avoid a potential conflict of interest.
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