In Georgia, many judges hang up their robe or take senior status at the age of 70.

Senior Judge Thomas Thrash Jr.,  U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. (Photo: ALM) Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge William C. Rumer. (Courtesy photo)

Some judges do it because they want to.

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