U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Judge Julie Carnes sent a letter to President Donald Trump Friday saying she plans to retire June 18.

“I have attained the age and met the service requirements,” Carnes said in her letter to the president announcing her retirement intentions. She said that on May 29 of this year, she will have served 26 years as an active federal judge. She has been on the Eleventh Circuit since President Barack Obama appointed her in 2014. Judge Jill Pryor joined the court at the same time.

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