- Associated Press - Monday, February 2, 2015

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A retired judge from Nebraska City has been appointed to serve on the state Board of Parole.

Former District Court Judge Randall L. Rehmeier was named to the position Monday by Gov. Pete Ricketts. Rehmeier presided as a judge in Nebraska’s 2nd judicial district from 1990-2013. The district includes Sarpy, Cass and Otoe counties in the eastern part of the state.

Rehmeier’s term began Jan. 22, and expires on September 9, 2017. His annual salary will be $77,223.

The Nebraska Board of Parole is a five-member board which reviews the status of criminal offenders, determines when to grant parole, and sets the conditions of parole.

Rehmeier’s appointment fills one of three vacancies on the board. He previously served as a county court judge, a private attorney and a county attorney.

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