Warren County man named military judge | News
WARREN COUNTY, OH (FOX19) - A Warren County man has been named a judge in the US Army Reserve.
Gary Loxley, of Clearcreek Township, will attend qualification training at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, Virginia, and will then be assigned to the Second Judicial Circuit as an Army Reserve Military Judge. Loxley, 51, is an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.
Army Reserve Judges perform duties similar to those of United States Federal District Court Judges and preside over Special Courts-Martial on active duty installations, conduct military legal training, and serve as legal advisors to administrative boards.
Loxley, a Colonel, is a 31-year veteran of the Army and has been mobilized onto active duty three times since 2001 in support of the Global War on Terrorism. He previously served as Commander of all Army Reserve legal units in Ohio and Michigan, and is currently assigned to the US Army Reserve Legal Command in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The Greenville, Ohio, native is a graduate of Miami University, Ohio Northern University College of Law, and the US Army War College.