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Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Jun 12, 2014

Two Ashland City lawyers are running for Circuit Court judge in the 23rd Judicial District. Jack Arnold announced his candidacy Wednesday. He runs a general legal practice specializing in criminal defense in Ashland City. An Iraq war veteran, Arnold attended Vanderbilt University Law School and worked at the Office of the District Attorney General in Nashville. Steve Powers is also a candidate for Circuit Court judge. He currently serves as an assistant district attorney general in the 23rd Judicial District. Powers has been in private practice in Ashland City, deputy sheriff/D.A.R.E. officer for Cheatham Sheriff’s Department, Ashland City police officer, dispatcher and part-time EMT. The Tennessean has profiles on both candidates.