Susan Roth and Katie Kegel are defense lawyers running for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court Branch 3 bench being vacated by Clare Fiorenza, who is not seeking re-election.
Election Day is April 6.
Kegel, an assistant state public defender, received her law degree from Marquette University, where she now is an adjunct professor. Her resume is here.
Roth, an attorney/partner in the Kohn Smith Roth law firm, also is a Marquette Law School graduate. Her resume is here.
WJI asked each of the candidates to answer a series of questions. The answers are presented here as submitted. The questions asked are patterned after some of those on the job application Gov. Evers uses when he is considering judicial appointments.
Added bonus! The two candidates will discuss their positions and qualifications at the March 10 WJI Virtual Salon. The free Zoom event will be from noon to 1 p.m. Register here.
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