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ALBERTVILLE, AL – Today, January 13, 2012 Albertville resident and Marshall County native Mitch Floyd announced that he had qualified to run for District Judge in the March 13, 2012, Republican Primary.

“I am running for Marshall County District Judge because I believe we deserve a judge who will follow the law, serve on the bench with integrity and administer justice tempered by mercy and love,” Floyd commented shortly after filing the necessary paperwork to be on the Republican ballot. “As District Judge, I will serve with the dignity and honor the office deserves, and will work diligently each day to serve the people of Marshall County to the best of my ability.

Floyd is a veteran prosecutor having served as Marshall County Assistant District Attorney since 2006. During his time at the DA’s office, Floyd has tried hundreds of cases and garnered an 85% successful prosecution rate. Additionally, Floyd has directed the Marshall County Drug Enforcement Unit and has championed new laws which allow mothers to be prosecuted when their newborn tests positive for drugs.

In addition to his law career, Floyd has a background in business, having served as Superintendant of the Continental Grain Company prior to entering into the legal profession. He is a graduate of Albertville High School and graduated as valedictorian from the Birmingham School of Law, and is a graduate of the University of Alabama. Floyd, who teaches Sunday School at Albertville First United Methodist Church, is married and has two children.

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