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Gable named court administrator for 14th Circuit Featured

Robyn H. Gable Robyn H. Gable

On February 16th, Robyn Hatcher Gable was named the new Trial Court Administrator for the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit.  When she assumes the position on March 1st, she will be the sixth Court Administrator in the history of the circuit.  She has served in a variety of positions in court administration for the past 22 years, most recently as the Court Operations Consultant overseeing Budget and Finance and Personnel. 

Gable is from Jackson County and resides in Grand Ridge.  She is married to Pastor Gary Gable and has two sons, Zac Hatcher and Ric Gable. Her office will be headquartered in Bay County.

The Fourteenth Circuit is comprised of six counties: Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, and Washington.  Court administration provides support to the judges and staff in such areas as budget, personnel, facilities management, interpreter coordination, technology, courtroom scheduling, ADA compliance, and program development.  There are 11 circuit judges, nine county judges, 20 judicial assistants, and over 40 staff in the circuit.  Court administration also assists the public and strives to make justice accessible, fair, effective, accountable, and responsive to all.

Gable graduated from Marianna High School in 1983, attended Chipola College, and received her AA degree from Tallahassee community College in 1985.  She attended the University of West Florida and received her BA Degree from Florida State University in 1987.

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