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Branstad appoints Joel Dalrymple and Gregg Rosenbladt District Court Judges

(DES MOINES) – Gov. Branstad on Friday appointed Joel Dalrymple as judge to the 2A Judicial District. He also appointed Gregg Rosenbladt as judge to the 1B Judicial District.

Dalrymple, of Waterloo, received his law degree from Drake University and is currently serving as First Assistant Black Hawk County Attorney. Dalrymple was appointed to fill the vacancy created by the appointment of Judge Thomas Bower to the Iowa Court of Appeals.

Rosenbladt, of Mason City, received his law degree from the University of Iowa and is currently serving as a District Associate Judge in 2A. Rosenbladt was appointed to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Stephen Carroll.

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Judge Rosenbladt is in District 2A and Judge Dalrymple is in the other district.

The press release got it backwards. Judge Rosenbladt is appointed in district 2A.

Congrats to Judge Rosenbladt. He is a good man.

If the governor is the person who appoints judges, can’t he unappoint a judge? Judge Colleen Weiland’s record needs to be reviewed.

No, Governors can not “unappoint” judges. Judges can be impeached by the state House of Representatives, and removed from office by the state Senate for “misdemeanor or malfeasance in office” – what you need to read up on is Iowa’s Judicial Retention Election process… Judge Weiland is NOT up for a retention vote this November.

I agree that Judge Colleen Weiland’s record needs to be reviewed.

@Guest…is the Iowa Judicial Retention Election information in the Iowa Code? If you could give us direction in locating this, that would be appreciated. I would be thrilled to see Judge Weiland removed from the bench for her lack of action on the part of the citizens of this community.

I, for one, hope that Judge Rosenbladt holds criminals accountable. It would be a nice change for Mason City.

Type his name in on NIT and the Globe and see what comes back for his cases.

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