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Judge David Hauber visits SM North

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Judge David Hauber spoke to SM North students in the little theater on Dec. 13 about his experiences being a judge.

Hauber, who presides over the 10th judicial district of Kansas, was appointed by former governor Kathleen Sebelius in 2008. Government teacher Tina Keith reached out to him and asked him to come speak at North.

“I wanted students to have an opportunity to hear firsthand how our court system works in Johnson County,” Keith said. “It’s easier to have a judge come talk to students in the little theater than it is to take 120 kids to a courthouse.”

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