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Sue Bell Cobb

Sue Bell Cobb is from Evergreen.

Cobb has served on the bench for 24 years and tried cases in 40 Alabama Counties.

She graduated from the University of Alabama. In 1981, Cobb as appointed to the bench, as District Court Judge in Conecuh County.

She was then elected to the Court of Criminal Appeals. Cobb has also served as the Alternate Chief Judge of the Court of the Judiciary.

Cobb and her husband, Bill, live in Montgomery. They have one child. The family attends First United Methodist Church.

Cobb is running on the Democratic ticket. For more information on this candidate, log on to her website at www.judgesuebellcobb.com.

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