After more than a decade on the bench, a Middle Tennessee judge is resigning.
Larry Ross has served as the General Sessions and Juvenile Court judge for Warren County for 13 years.
He recently submitted a resignation letter to county leaders, indicating his plan to step down Jan. 15.
Ross didn't cite a particular reason for leaving but told the county executive he plans to take some time off.
Since the judgeship is an elected office, the county commission will appoint a temporary replacement.
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