Oklahoma state Capitol brief, Oct. 20: Top assistant AG named special judge
First Assistant Attorney General Rob Hudson has been named a Logan County special judge.
AG is named special judge
First Assistant Attorney General Rob Hudson has been named a Logan County special judge. His new duties begin Nov. 1. Before joining the attorney general's office in 2011, Hudson, 55, of Guthrie, served four terms as district attorney for Payne and Logan counties. In 2000, he was honored as the state's outstanding district attorney by the Oklahoma District Attorneys Association. Hudson graduated from Guthrie High School in 1975, and earned a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics at Oklahoma State University. He received his juris doctorate degree in 1983 from the University of Oklahoma's law school. After graduation, he practiced law for 13 years in Guthrie.
MICHAEL MCNUTT, CAPITOL BUREAU