Walz, Flanagan announce pick of Sixth Judicial District Court judge

ST. PAUL, MN — On Wednesday, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan announced who they have appointed as the Sixth Judicial District Court Judge.

Walz and Flanagan say Rebekka Stumme will be replacing Judge Mark Munger and will be chambered at the Carlton courthouse in Carlton County.

Munger retired on January 11, 2019.

The Sixth Judicial District is made of Carlton, Cook, Lake, and St. Louis counties.

Stumme is an Assistant County Attorney in the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office, where she currently serves as an adult felony prosecutor.

Before that, she was an Assistant Public Defender for the Sixth District, a civil litigation attorney with Halverson, Watters, Downs, Reyelts and Bateman, Ltd., and a judicial law clerk with Judge Munger.

She is also President of the First Witness Child Abuse Resource Center Board, and chairs the Education Committee at Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ.

Stumme earned her B.A. from the University of Minnesota-Duluth and her J.D. from Mitchell Hamline College of Law.

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