Gov. Evers Appoints Brian Juech As Marquette County District Attorney
Mr. Juech currently serves as assistant district attorney in the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office
Mr. Juech currently serves as assistant district attorney in the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office. He has more than eight years’ experience as a prosecutor, trying every type of case from misdemeanors and traffic cases to sensitive crimes and other serious felonies. Mr. Juech heads up the misdemeanor and traffic unit and represents the District Attorney’s Office in the county OWI treatment court.
“I am confident Brian Juech will be a great district attorney for the people of Marquette County. He is fair, honest, and highly respected among his peers. His broad criminal law experience will translate perfectly to this role,” said Gov. Evers.
Gov. Evers’ appointment of Mr. Juech will fill the upcoming vacancy created by the resignation of current district attorney Chad Hendee, who was elected to circuit court judge in the county. Mr. Juech will fill the remainder of the unexpired term that ends in January 2021.
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This appointment fills a vacancy created by the retirement of Tim Baxter on Jan. 3, 2020.