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Jax Daily Record Saturday, Apr. 4, 202011:50 AM EST

Feltel, Salem appointed to the 4th Judicial Circuit Court

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They replace retiring judges Gregg McCaulie and Linda McCallum.
by: Max Marbut Associate Editor

Gov. Ron DeSantis on April 3 appointed attorney Gilbert Feltel Jr. and Duval County Judge Anthony Salem to the 4th Judicial Circuit Court, replacing judges who are retiring.

Feltel, 51, is chief legal officer at the Jacksonville Port Authority and replaces Circuit Judge Gregg McCaulie.

A graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Feltel began his career as an assistant state attorney and later was a partner at the Tanner Bishop law firm in Jacksonville.

Salem, 35, replaces Circuit Judge Linda McCallum.

DeSantis appointed Salem in June to replace Duval County Judge Meredith Charbula, who was appointed to Circuit Court in April 2019.

After graduating from Stetson University College of Law, Salem was an assistant general counsel for the city.

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