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Wisconsin Judges Directory
For immediate release: Friday, July 19, 2002
GOVERNOR APPOINTS HANNON TO TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
(St. Paul, MN) Governor Jesse Ventura today announced the appointment of Mary Hannon to a Tenth Judicial District trial court bench vacancy. This position is one of five new district court judgeships created by the 2001 Minnesota Legislature and the second of two new judgeships the Tenth Judicial District received. The Supreme Court certified the chambers of this judgeship for the city of Stillwater in Washington County. Thirty-nine people applied for this judicial position.
Hannon is an assistant Hennepin County attorney, a position she has held since 1987. She has been a trial attorney in the Juvenile Prosecution Division since 1998 and is the division's community prosecutor for the city of Brooklyn Park. Before that she was in the Adult Prosecution Division and the Children in Need of Protection and Services (CHIPS) Division. She was also a law clerk in the Hennepin County attorney's office from 1986 to 1987. Hannon earned her juris doctorate degree cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1986 and her bachelor of arts degree magna cum laude from the College of St. Thomas in St. Paul in 1982.
"Mary specializes in prosecuting child abuse and sexual assault cases, which are among the most heart-wrenching and emotional cases a lawyer tries," Governor Ventura said. "Mary handles these cases with great care and professionalism. I know she will use this same approach when presiding over cases as a judge."
Hannon's community activities include volunteering for the Stillwater Girls Traveling Basketball Association, the St. Croix Catholic School and the Spirit of Christian Youth. She was also president of the Family Violence Network Board of Directors and volunteered on weeklong mission trips in Oklahoma and Montana for Habitat for Humanity.
Hannon, 41, was born in St. Paul, grew up in Maplewood, and lives in Stillwater with her husband, Paul, and their three daughters, Allison, 19, Hilary, 15, and Nora, 11.