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Five judges on Fifth District Court of Appeal receive new terms

Five judges from the 5th District Court of Appeal who were up for merit retention were re-elected to six-year terms Tuesday.

The judges are: Jay Cohen, 58, of Orlando; Jacqueline R. Griffin, 55, of Winter Park; Bruce W. Jacobus, 67, of Indialantic; David A. Monaco, 67, of Ormond Beach and Vincent G. Torpy, Jr., 54, of Melbourne.

The court sits in Daytona Beach and hears appeals from the circuit courts in 13 Central Florida counties, including Citrus and Hernando. The judges earn $153,120 each.

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