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Caption: LOU FROST, right, who retired last year after serving for 36 years as the Fourth Circuit Public Defender, received the Criminal Law Section's Selig Goldin Award during the Bar's Annual Meeting from section Chair Paul Zacks. Frost has worked in the public defender's office since the 1963 Gideon decision, and was appointed as the Fourth Circuit public defender by Gov. Claude Kirk in 1968. He was never opposed in 10 runs for reelection. Frost helped set up public defender offices around the country, has been active in the Criminal Law Section, and has seen alumni from his office go on to 20 circuit and county judgeships, two federal district judgeships, and one seat on the Florida Supreme Court.
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Date:Jul 15, 2005
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