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Garman earns another honor

ILLINOIS -- State Supreme Court Justice Rita Garman is receiving another big honor. She's been named Person of the Year by Chicago Lawyer Magazine

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Garman appointed Chief Justice

DANVILLE -- A Central Illinois woman will soon be the top judge in the state. Rita Garman has been named Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme

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Chief Justice gets thanks from community

 DANVILLE -- The state has a new Chief Justice and, Sunday, people in her hometown celebrated her promotion. Rita Garman was surrounded

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Garman sworn in as Chief Justice

Update: 4:59 pm, 10/28/13, Monday DANVILLE -- The state has a new Supreme Court Chief Justice. Monday, the Honorable Rita Garman become

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Garman could be 2nd female Chief Justice

ILLINOIS -- A Danville native could be the next Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court. Rita Garman would be the second woman to head

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Garman's court will decide some major issues

SPRINGFIELD -- The State Supreme Court's newest Chief Justice will oversee decisions on some important issues facing Illinois. As Rita Garman

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Garman swears in new lawyers

SPRINGFIELD -- It's an extra special day for attorneys admitted to the Illinois Bar Association. New Chief Justice Rita B. Garman admitted 82-new

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Colleagues, family support new Chief Justice

DANVILLE -- After a ceremony Monday, Rita Garman secured her place at the top of Illinois' top court. She also secured a place in the history books

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Singer helps add to history at Illinois Supreme Court

on the court." For Illinois, Chief Justice Rita Garman said the evening was about celebrating the century-old building’s second life. "If we

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Cameras to cover court action in six counties

of the year, reporters will be allowed to bring in cameras for high-profile cases. Chief Justice Rita Garman says it will provide more transparency in the state

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