Governor Walz Appoints Jerrod Shermoen to Fill Ninth Judicial District Vacancy

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN—Governor Tim Walz announced the appointment of Jerrod Shermoen as a District Court Judge in Minnesota’s Ninth Judicial District. Mr. Shermoen will be filling the vacancy that occurred upon the retirement of the Honorable Charles M. Leduc. The seat will be chambered in International Falls in Koochiching County.

Mr. Shermoenis an attorney and president at ShermoenJaksa Law, PLLC. In these roles, he manages the firm and handles a wide range of litigation and administrative law matters, including plaintiff’s personal injury, wrongful death, and workers compensation cases. Mr. Shermoen also has experience litigating a vast array of other disputes, including contract, commercial, real estate, probate, family law, and criminal matters in Federal, State, and Tribal Courts across Minnesota. Previously, he was a managing partner at Shermoen & Jaksa PLLP, and a partner at Shermoen, LeDuc & Jaksa, PLLP.

Mr. Shermoen earned his A.A. from Rainy River Community College, his B.S.from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Business, and his J.D., with distinction, from the University of North Dakota School of Law.


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