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Leah Alice Simms

County Judge

Dade County

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Apopka Historical Society and Museum of Apopkans

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1981 Leah Alice Simms was appointed County Judge of Dade County by Governor Bob Graham today.
She is the first African-American woman to hold a judgeship in Florida. Judge Simms was educated at Howard University and the Willamette University School of Law.


www.flahistory.net

1981 Leah Aleice Simms was appointed County Judge of Dade County by Governor Bob Graham today.
She was the first African-American woman to hold a judgeship in Florida. Judge Simms was educated at Howard University and the Willamette University School of Law.


cannabisnews.com: Compassion and Prosecution

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http://www.leap.cc/events/events.php Jul 19 04 Restoring Racial Equity by Ending Drug Prohibition 03:30 PM Jack Cole Jacksonville FL USA LEAP will present a 2 hour workshop at the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice in Jacksonville, Florida, featuring retired DEA agent, Richard Amos, active police sergeant George Bradley, retired state police narc, Jack Cole, retired Judge Eleanor Schockett, retired Judge Leah Simms, and active senior prison warden, Dr. Richard Watkins.


Governor's Office - Black History Month - Black Firsts in Florida

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Leah Aleice Simms, Dade County Judge.


NCNW-TAMPA METROPOLITAN Section - Photo Gallery

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Judge Leah Simms, Doris Ross Reddick & Clemmie C Perry at the American Legion Hall in Miami
Judge Leah Simms, Doris Ross Reddick & Clemmie C Perry at the American Legion Hall in Miami


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