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Bossier attorney announces for 26th JDC bench

Randy Robinson, partner in the Snell and Robinson law firm in Bossier City has announced his intention to run for the Division B seat on 26th Judicial District bench, left open following the retirement of District Judge Ford Stinson.

Randy Robinson, partner in the Snell and Robinson law firm in Bossier City has announced his intention to run for the Division B seat on 26th Judicial District bench, left open following the retirement of District Judge Ford Stinson.

 

Robinson, who holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Louisiana Tech University, attended law school at Louisiana State University and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in1990.

 

His entire legal career has been spent in Bossier, first by himself, and later as a partner  in the firm of Snell and Robinson in Bossier City, where he’s been since 1996. In his career, Robinson has worked in civil, domestic and criminal law cases in local, state and federal courts.

 

In addition, since 2007, he has worked as assistant public defender in Bossier Parish, representing children in juvenile court.  

 

He is past president of the Bossier Parish Bar Association and the Northwest Louisiana Criminal Defense Bar Association, has coached youth sports in Bossier for the past 14 years and is a member of Airline Baptist Church.


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