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Mary C. Noble

Mary C. Noble
Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Kentucky
Assumed office
September 1, 2010
Preceded by John C. Roach
Circuit Judge in Fayette County
Personal details
Alma mater University of Kentucky College of Law

Mary C. Noble (born 1949 in Jackson, Kentucky) is the Deputy Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court. Noble was elected to the court in November 2006 where she represents the 5th Supreme Court District. She defeated appointed Justice John C. Roach.[1] Prior to that election, she served as a circuit judge in Fayette County. Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr. named Noble Deputy Chief Justice on September 1, 2010.[2] Prior to her election to the Supreme Court, Noble was elected to the Fayette Fifth Circuit Court in 1991,[3] and she was re-elected in 2000.

Noble received a B.S. in English and sociology from Austin Peay State University in 1971, an M.A. in psychology from Austin Peay State University in 1975 and a law degree from the University of Kentucky in 1981.[3]


  1. ^ Noble beats Roach in Supreme Court 5th District; Lexington Herald Leader; 11-07-06
  2. ^ Justice Mary C. Noble named deputy chief justice of Supreme Court of Kentucky
  3. ^ a b SUPREME COURT, 5TH DISTRICT; Lexington Herald-Leader; 10-26-06

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