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  2. McCooey resigns, Anderson appointed to bench

    Tracy McCooey has resigned as a Montgomery County Circuit Court judge, and attorney James Anderson has been appointed to fill out her term. Presiding Montgomery Circuit Court Judge Charles Price ...

  3. Tracy S. McCooey - Ballotpedia

    Tracy S. McCooey was a judge for Circuit 15 in Alabama. She won re-election in 2010 for a term set to expire in 2016. However, McCooey retired in September 2014 due to the effects of multiple sclerosis.

  4. Judge Tracy McCooey: Maverick in Problem-Solving Courts and ...

    Judge Tracy McCooey of Montgomery County, Alabama, never expected to be a judge. Sidelined by multiple sclerosis, she left FBI training and eventually became an unlikely judicial candidate.

  5. Tracy Mccooey - 1 Public Record Found

    Addresses and Phone Numbers for Tracy Mccooey found in South Dakota.

  6. Tracy Mccooey | Whitepages

    View phone numbers, addresses, public records, background check reports and possible arrest records for Tracy Mccooey. Whitepages people search is the most trusted directory.

  7. View FREE Background Report & Reputation Score (3.75) for Tracey McCooey in Montgomery, AL - See Address, 1 Phone, 5 Emails | Criminal & Court Records | 1 Personal Review | Income & Net Worth

  8. Lawyer Tracy McCooey - Spearfish, SD Attorney - Avvo

    Tracy McCooey is a Attorney in Spearfish, SD. Click Tracy’s profile to discover their Avvo Rating, write a review, and read professional endorsements.

  9. Tough justice: Approaching retirement, resilient judge ...

    Circuit Court Judge Tracy McCooey has suffered with the effects of multiple sclerosis her entire legal career, but she mostly has remained quiet about her struggle.

  10. Tracy McCooey Part 1 - YouTube

    Judge McCooey on making the legal system work more effectively.

  11. CHAPPELL v. McCOOEY | Civil Action No. 2:13-CV ...

    A. Judge Tracy McCooey On January 29, 2013, Plaintiff states he was charged with second degree theft. He appeared before Judge McCooey on March 6, 2013, who revoked him from community corrections on a technical violation ("dirty urine"), and not, he claims, on the new charge of second degree theft.