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Noble Retiring from Delaware Chancery Court


DOVER, Del. (AP) - Another Delaware judge has announced his retirement, giving Gov. Jack Markell yet another judicial appointment opportunity.
Vice Chancellor John Noble informed Markell this week that he will retire effective Feb. 26 after 15 years on the bench. Noble, who was reappointed to a 12-year term three years ago, has not announced his plans after retiring.
Noble's retirement is the latest in a series of court shuffles in the past few years in Chancery Court, Superior Court, Family Court and the Supreme Court.
In the past two years, four of the five Supreme Court justices have been replaced, and Noble is the second Chancery Court judge in the past five months to announce his retirement.
New leaders also have been appointed this year in the Family and Superior courts.

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