Foster has character, intellect
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The upcoming retirement of Judge Malcolm Street leaves an open seat in Place 1 on the 7th Judicial Circuit. This position requires a person of intelligence, character, dependability and mature temperament as well as a vast and varied knowledge of the rules of evidence and the law, both civil and criminal. He/she must listen to all testimony with an open, unclouded mind and make rulings based on well-founded legal principles properly applied to the facts in his/her decisions not only related to property rights, but on matters of personal freedom and even life and death.

The voters of the 7th Circuit have a clear choice. Foster Marshall is a young man of fine character, superb intellect, extensive experience, unquestionable integrity and calm, objective temperament. During the years when I practiced law in Anniston, we advocated in the courtroom for adversarial positions. He has never failed to be courteous, professional, well informed and willing to listen. His many outstanding qualities earn him your vote and support.

Susan Frost
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