Piper begins second term in 12th District Court of Appeals

Judge Robin Piper (middle) was sworn in this month to his second term as a judge in the 12th District Court of Appeals. Administering the Oath of Office to Piper was Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones. Melissa Spurlock, former legal assistant to Piper and a current employee of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, is shown holding the Bible during the swearing in. CONTRIBUTED

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Judge Robin Piper (middle) was sworn in this month to his second term as a judge in the 12th District Court of Appeals. Administering the Oath of Office to Piper was Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones. Melissa Spurlock, former legal assistant to Piper and a current employee of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, is shown holding the Bible during the swearing in. CONTRIBUTED

Judge Robin Piper, who ran unopposed in November, was sworn in this month to his second term as a judge in the 12th District Court of Appeals.

The 12th District comprises eight counties: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Fayette, Madison, Preble and Warren. The court is located in Middletown.

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“I deeply appreciate the opportunity to uphold our state and federal constitutions on behalf of the public,” Piper said. “The work the court does is interesting and challenging. I recommend a legal career to any young person looking for a rewarding profession. I am also grateful to the public for the opportunities I’ve been given.”

Judge Piper was previously the Butler County Prosecutor for 10 years.

Administering the Oath of Office to Judge Piper was Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones.

“I’ve known Judge Piper for almost 20 years and I have the utmost confidence in his service to the judiciary,” Jones said.

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