VOTERS GUIDE: Larry Bryson

Candidate for Boone County Associate Circuit Judge, Division 5
Monday, July 26, 2010 | 12:00 p.m. CDT; updated 1:36 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 26, 2010

Larry Bryson likes his job.

"I enjoy the citizens, the work, the staff and the people I work with," he said.


PERSONAL: Age 61. Married to Patti Bryson. Has four children, Caleb, Lucas, Matthew and Amity.


ON THE WEB: Website: E-mail:

OCCUPATION: Associate Circuit Judge, Division 5

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in political science, MU; juris doctorate, MU.

BACKGROUND: Experience in private legal practice. Member of Missouri Judicial Conference and Missouri Association of Probate and Associate Circuit Judges. Member of First Baptist Church, Centralia.

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Bryson has been serving as the Division 5 associate circuit judge since Jan.1, 1987. After he graduated from MU School of Law, Bryson worked at a private law firm for 14 years until he was elected in 1986.

"I’ve done the job, I like do it, I want to continue doing it and use the education they’ve provided me to serve the citizens of the county," Bryson said.

Since his election, Bryson said he has completed 900-1,000 hours of continued judicial education. 

His top issue is being fair and impartial in the courtroom. 





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