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Governor nominates 3 to Maine courts

February 10, 2010

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AUGUSTA, Maine—Gov. John Baldacci has announced three judicial nominations to Maine courts.

The governor says he is nominating David Soucy of Fort Kent to be a District Court judge. Soucy is now an attorney in private practice.

Baldacci is also nominating Judge Wayne Douglas of Old Orchard Beach to be reappointed to District Court, where he has served since 2002.

Justice William Brodrick of Wells is being nominated for reappointment as active retired Superior Court justice. Brodrick has served as a judge for nearly 30 years.