Judge Beathard sworn in for final term


Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven Beathard was sworn in by Probate Judge David Bender Feb. 9 for his third and final term. Judge Steven Beathard’s current and final term will expire in six years in 2023. Beathard studied at the Ohio State University where he earned an undergraduate degree in animal science. He studied law at the University of Toledo College of Law, completing his law degree in three years. For 27 years, Beathard was a private practice attorney in Madison County, where he served as the London City Law Director, and opened a law practice in Washington Court House. Beathard, a Republican, was first elected in 2004 to serve as the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge. He won re-election, unopposed, in 2010. Beathard, who has an interest in history and renovation, initiated work to preserve and update the 169-year-old Fayette County Courthouse. The work took 10 years to complete and included restoring the murals and frescoes on the third floor, where the court of common pleas is located. The courthouse is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Beathard is pictured here during his swearing-in ceremony. His wife Leanne, pictured in the center, and family surround him during the ceremony.


Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven Beathard was sworn in by Probate Judge David Bender Feb. 9 for his third and final term. Judge Steven Beathard’s current and final term will expire in six years in 2023. Beathard studied at the Ohio State University where he earned an undergraduate degree in animal science. He studied law at the University of Toledo College of Law, completing his law degree in three years. For 27 years, Beathard was a private practice attorney in Madison County, where he served as the London City Law Director, and opened a law practice in Washington Court House. Beathard, a Republican, was first elected in 2004 to serve as the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge. He won re-election, unopposed, in 2010. Beathard, who has an interest in history and renovation, initiated work to preserve and update the 169-year-old Fayette County Courthouse. The work took 10 years to complete and included restoring the murals and frescoes on the third floor, where the court of common pleas is located. The courthouse is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Beathard is pictured here during his swearing-in ceremony. His wife Leanne, pictured in the center, and family surround him during the ceremony.

Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven Beathard was sworn in by Probate Judge David Bender Feb. 9 for his third and final term. Judge Steven Beathard’s current and final term will expire in six years in 2023. Beathard studied at the Ohio State University where he earned an undergraduate degree in animal science. He studied law at the University of Toledo College of Law, completing his law degree in three years. For 27 years, Beathard was a private practice attorney in Madison County, where he served as the London City Law Director, and opened a law practice in Washington Court House. Beathard, a Republican, was first elected in 2004 to serve as the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge. He won re-election, unopposed, in 2010. Beathard, who has an interest in history and renovation, initiated work to preserve and update the 169-year-old Fayette County Courthouse. The work took 10 years to complete and included restoring the murals and frescoes on the third floor, where the court of common pleas is located. The courthouse is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Beathard is pictured here during his swearing-in ceremony. His wife Leanne, pictured in the center, and family surround him during the ceremony.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Beathard-swearing-n.jpgFayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven Beathard was sworn in by Probate Judge David Bender Feb. 9 for his third and final term. Judge Steven Beathard’s current and final term will expire in six years in 2023. Beathard studied at the Ohio State University where he earned an undergraduate degree in animal science. He studied law at the University of Toledo College of Law, completing his law degree in three years. For 27 years, Beathard was a private practice attorney in Madison County, where he served as the London City Law Director, and opened a law practice in Washington Court House. Beathard, a Republican, was first elected in 2004 to serve as the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Judge. He won re-election, unopposed, in 2010. Beathard, who has an interest in history and renovation, initiated work to preserve and update the 169-year-old Fayette County Courthouse. The work took 10 years to complete and included restoring the murals and frescoes on the third floor, where the court of common pleas is located. The courthouse is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Beathard is pictured here during his swearing-in ceremony. His wife Leanne, pictured in the center, and family surround him during the ceremony.
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