Two chosen to associate judgeships in 3rd Judicial Circuit

Chief Judge William A. Mudge announced Friday that attorneys Angela P. Donohoo and Ronald S. Motil were elected to fill the associate judge vacancies in the 3rd Judicial Circuit. These associate judge vacancies were created by the election of Associate Judge Stephen A. Stobbs to the Circuit Court and the resignation of Associate Judge John B. Julian.

“Angela Donohoo and Ron Motil bring a great deal of experience and professionalism to our bench. They are great additions to the Third Judicial Circuit, and join an outstanding group of men and women who impartially and fairly administer justice for the people of Madison and Bond Counties. My colleagues and I look forward to working with both of them,” Mudge said in a statement on behalf of the circuit.

Donohoo has been practicing law for nearly 18 years. Her law practice, Levo-Donohoo,
is located in Troy, Ill. A past president of the Madison County Bar Association, she has
experience in family, probate and estate planning law. She is a board member of Hope
Rescues and is a former president of the Board of the Metro East Humane Society. She and her
family reside in Bethalto.

Motil has been practicing law for almost 38 years, Licensed to practice in two states, he is a
past president of the Madison County Bar Association, as well as the Tri-City Bar Association.

He serves on the oversight committee with the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary
Commission, and is the city or village attorney for Pontoon Beach, Maryville and Madison. A
past member of the Marquette Catholic High School Board, he brings civil, workers’ compensation and municipal law experience to the bench.

He and his family reside in Maryville.

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