Ceremony invests Hamilton County's newest judge

Carl Stich
Carl Stich

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A ceremony was held Friday to invest Hamilton County's newest judge, Hon. Carl Stich Jr.

Stich was appointed to the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court in March. He fills the vacancy left by Judge Pat DeWine who was elected to the First District Court of Appeals in November.

Judge Stich is a University of Kentucky graduate and has spend most of the past 12 years as a partner at White, Getgey and Meyer Co. LPA.

Stich is a former chairman of the Mariemont Planning Commission and the Cincinnati Bar Association's Ethics Committee. He has been acknowledged by his peers through inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America and as one of the top 100 Ohio and top 50 Cincinnati superlawyers.

The ceremony included remarks from Judge Stich and Hon. Beth Myers of Hamilton County Court of Common Please, Hon. Patrick Dinkelacker of the Hamilton Court of Appeals and Hon. Timothy Black of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.

The presentation of the Governor's Commissioner and the Oath of Office was administered by Clerk of Courts Tracy Winkler and Alex Triantafilou, chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party.

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