Conley was sworn in as a Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) – Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Robert B. Conley was sworn in over Zoom on Friday.

He was greeted in the state supreme court by the other six justices, including Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr., who took the oath of office:

Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Robert B. Conley was greeted in the state’s highest court by the other six justices, including Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr., who took the oath of office.(Kentucky Supreme Court)

His term of office begins on January 4, 2021 at midnight.

Justice Conley was elected in the November general election to serve in the 7th district of the Supreme Court, which spans 22 counties in eastern Kentucky. He succeeds Samuel T. Wright III Supreme Court.

“Thank you to all of the people who voted for me and helped me in some way to get to this point,” he said.

Justice Conley will hold a traditional personal furnishing ceremony in the Supreme Court courtroom at the Capitol in Frankfurt if it can be safely done during the pandemic.

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