Letter: Tom Seguine a good candidate for Washington Appeals Court

Editor,

I recently met Tom Seguine and had an in-depth conversation with him about his candidacy for judge of the Washington State Court of Appeals.

I have also observed him in a courtroom setting and am impressed with his professionalism and thoroughness in presenting a court case.

He has practiced law for over 30 years handling criminal and civil matters at the trial and appellate levels.

His work ethic and breadth of experience and knowledge of the law make him most qualified for judge of the Washington State Court of Appeals. I respectfully encourage voters to support him when voting.

Sharon Franzen, Retired Clerk

Island County Superior Court

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