Governor Scott Appoints Judge David Kreider to the Eighth Circuit Court

Today, Governor Rick Scott announced the appointment of Alachua County Judge David P. Kreider to the Eighth Circuit Court.

Kreider, 47, of Gainesville, has been an Alachua County Judge since 2010. While on the county court bench, Judge Kreider has served in the civil and criminal divisions, and was Chairman of the Alachua County Canvassing Board from 2010 to 2014. Prior to being appointed to the county bench, Judge Kreider spent most of his legal career serving as a prosecutor with the State Attorney’s Office, where he rose to the level of Division Chief of the Bradford, Levy, and Gilchrist County. He previously practiced insurance defense with Dell Graham, P.A. Kreider received his bachelor’s and law degrees from the University of Florida. He fills a vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Ysleta W. McDonald.

Governor Rick Scott said, “During his time on the Alachua County Court bench, Judge Kreider has served Florida families with distinction. I am confident that he will make a great addition to the Eighth Judicial Circuit bench.”


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