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August 2, 2018 | View PDF

I choose Rob Rembert as the next Whitman County district court judge. This choice is based upon my first-hand knowledge of his nearly 22 years of practice as a civil litigation and criminal attorney with Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown. In addition to earning my respect, Rob is held in high regard by his clients and peers, as well as judges and community leaders.

Did you know that approximately 37 percent of the cases heard in district court are civil? Rob’s extensive civil experience includes business disputes, landlord-tenant, breach of contract, collection and domestic disputes, from which he has developed a broad range of legal knowledge to effectively adjudicate the cases which come before this court. In addition to his intelligence, Rob’s even temperament and patience when listening to others sets him apart as a quality candidate.

Rob and his wife, Jeannine, are long-time Whitman County residents with family ties to the Palouse going back to the 1800s. Both are well-liked in their community, where they have served long hours as volunteers in schools and libraries and for their church.

I most admire Rob for his integrity. I trust that his opinions are well-researched and within the law. Rob carefully considers his decisions and how they will affect others-qualities I strongly believe a judge must have to fairly and justly serve.

--Gail Gearhiser, Pullman


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