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Governor Appoints Prosecutor to Fill Findlay Municipal Court Vacancy

Hancock County prosecutor Mark C. Miller will become a judge on the Findlay Municipal Court on Sept. 23 after his appointment by Gov. John R. Kasich on Sept. 8 to fill a vacancy.

Miller must win in the November 2017 general election to retain the seat for the full six-year term commencing Jan. 1, 2018. Miller replaces Judge Robert A. Fry, who resigned.

Miller received his bachelor’s degree from Kent State University and his law degree from Ohio Northern University. He was admitted to the practice of law in Ohio on Nov. 18, 1991. He has served as prosecutor since 2007.

Miller is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, Hancock County Bar Association, National District Attorneys Association, and the Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association. He has also been a member of the Hancock County Opiate Task Force and the Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission.

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