Posted by: Avery Roberts on Sep 17, 2019

15,000. That’s how many hours Dane Watkins, of the Seventh Judicial District, has logged as a judge in Idaho’s courtrooms.

At the ITLA 2019 Fall Seminar, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from Judge Watkins as he shares the conclusions he reached first as a prosecuting attorney and now as a sitting judge.  

Learn more about Judge Watkins below, and download the complete lineup of speakers and presentations.
Dane Watkins, Jr. is a District Judge in the Seventh Judicial District. Judge Watkins has presided over civil and criminal jury and court trials since 2011. Prior to his judgeship, he served for nine years as the elected Bonneville County Prosecuting Attorney. His first legal employment came while working for the Department of Justice in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, interpreting asylum interviews between fleeing Haitian refugees and U.S. asylum adjudicators. Dane is married to Angela. They have four children.
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