Profile of a “Chief” Justice: Sue Bell Cobb

Posted by Steve Eversole | Oct 07, 2007 | 0 Comments

The Anniston Star, in Anniston, Alabama ran an excellent article on chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court yesterday.  Ms. Sue Bell Cobb is the first woman to be elected to the top judicial spot in Alabama.  She has been affectionately labeled "Chief" by the Supreme Court staff.  Ms. Cobb previously served admirably on the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals and is a wonderful advocate for justice.  I encourage everyone to read more about Alabama first female chief justice. 

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