Gov. Haslam makes appointment to 10th Judicial District

Gov. Haslam makes appointment to 10th Judicial District

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Governor Haslam has appointed Stephen Crump as district attorney general for the 10th judicial district. Governor Haslam has appointed Stephen Crump as district attorney general for the 10th judicial district.

NASHVILLE (AP) - Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed Stephen Crump as district attorney general for the 10th Judicial District.

The 47-year-old Crump replaces Steve Bebb, who submitted his resignation in May after serving the district for nearly 40 years as district attorney general, criminal court judge and assistant district attorney general.

Crump will serve the remainder of Bebb's term and is currently unopposed in the general election to fill the seat.

The 10th Judicial District includes Bradley, McMinn, Monroe and Polk counties.

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