Gov. Justice appoints Micheal Cochrane as judge for Twenty-Seventh Judicial Circuit serving Wyoming County


CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice has appointed Micheal M. Cochrane, of Pineville, WV, to the Twenty-seventh Judicial Circuit, which serves Wyoming County. Cochrane is set to fill the seat that was vacated by the retirement of Judge Warren R. McGraw.

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Cochrane has been a licensed attorney in West Virginia since 2000, most recently as the Wyoming County Prosecuting Attorney. Cochrane graduated from the Mississippi College School of Law and Marshall University. Prior to becoming an attorney, Cochrane was enlisted in the United States Navy from 1985-1989.

Cochrane resides in Pineville.
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