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Judge Yeats is seeking a 2nd term

November 15, 2013

118th District Court Judge Tim Yeats has filed for re-election in the March primaries.

Yeats, who was first elected to the position in November 2010, filed with the Republican Party.
The 118th Judicial District Court is a court of general jurisdiction which hears criminal, civil and family law cases in Howard, Martin and Glasscock counties.

“I look forward to having the opportunity to continue serving as district judge of the 118th Judicial District,” said Yeats. “I consider it a privilege to serve as district judge, and I appreciate the trust the people of Howard, Martin and Glasscock counties have placed in me.”

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