Judicial officials 

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Arkansas Supreme Court

Jim Hannah, chief justice

Paul E. Danielson

Donald L. Corbin

Robert L. Brown

Jim Gunter

Karen R. Baker

Courtney H. Goodson

Court clerk, 682-6849

Arkansas Court of Appeals

Larry D. Vaught, chief judge

Josephine L. Hart

Rita W. Gruber

Waymond M. Brown

Raymond Abramson

David M. Glover

Robert J. Gladwin

John Mauzy Pittman

Robin Wynne

John B. Robbins

Cliff Hoofman

Doug Martin

(Two Court of Appeals seats were vacant at press time, awaiting appointments by the governor.)

Court clerk, 682-6849

Pulaski County Circuit Court

Leon Johnson

Division 1

340-8590

Chris Piazza

Division 2

340-8424

James Moody

Division 3

340-8426

Herbert Wright

Division 4

340-8593

Wendell Griffen

Division 5

340-8550

Tim Fox

Division 6

340-8416

Barry Sims

Division 7

340-5630

Wiley Branton

Division 8

340-6666

Mary McGowan

Division 9

340-5602

Joyce Williams Warren

Division 10

340-6724

Beth Branscum Burgess

Division 11

340-6731

Alice Gray

Division 12

340-8530

Collins Kilgore

Division 13

340-8534

Vann Smith

Division 14

340-8538

Richard Moore

Division 15

340-5610

Ellen Brantley

Division 16

340-8542

Mackie Pierce

Division 17

340-5620

District Courts

LITTLE ROCK

Civil/Criminal Division

Alice Lightle

371-4739

Traffic Division

Vic Fleming

371-4733

Environmental Division

Mark D. Leverett

371-4454

JACKSONVILLE

Robert Batton

982-9531

MAUMELLE

Roger Harrod

851-7800

NORTH LITTLE ROCK

Civil/Criminal Division

Jim Hamilton

791-8559

Traffic Division

Randy Morley

791-8562

PULASKI COUNTY

Wayne Gruber

340-6832

SHERWOOD

Milas H. "Butch" Hale

753-4800

WRIGHTSVILLE

Rita F. Bailey

897-4547

CAMMACK VILLAGE CITY COURT

Patrick McAlpine

663-4593

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