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Another Judge Harden to serve in North Idaho
April 18, 2017
Caldwell attorney Tera Harden, the daughter of longtime Boundary County Magistrate Court Judge Quentin Harden, will soon be working a bit closer to home, having been selected to fill a vacancy on the Bonner County Magistrate Court bench as Judge Debra Heise, who has been approved for senior status after more than 32 years of service, prepares for retirement.

Harden served as a public defender in Canyon County.

The other finalists for the position included Boundary County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Tevis Hull, Bonner County Deputy Prosecutor Valerie Fenton and Coeur d’Alene attorney Kinzo Mihara.

Heise, whose retirement takes effect next month, will continue to serve the Idaho judiciary as an advisor of judicial education for the Idaho Supreme Court.
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