1418 East Main Street
(inside Charleston City Hall)
Sarah Capp is the 7th Judicial State District Court Judge in Franklin and Johnson County. The departments in the district include: Charleston, Ozark, Altus, Clarksville, Coal Hill, and Lamar.
Before serving on the bench Judge Capp was an Arkansas State Representative for District 82. She served two terms in the legislature and served as the Rules Chair and on House Judiciary. Judge Capp also owned her own legal practice and served as a part-time public defender for Franklin County for many years. She received her B.S. from Murray State University where she graduated magna cum laude and a juris doctor from the William H. Bowen School of Law.
Judge Capp was previously appointed by Governor Hutchinson as a Special Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court. She served on the Board of Directors for the Arkansas Development Finance Authority Board of Directors and served on the Arkansas Access to Justice Foundation Board and currently serves on the Commission. She’s a former President of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization for the River Valley Area, a former two time nominee for small business of the year for the Ozark Area, and a 2006 Leadership Russellville Alum.
Judge Capp is married to Eric, who has been a teacher/football coach for 20 years. They have two children. They are members of First United Methodist Church in Ozark.
1418 E Main St, Charleston, Arkansas 72933, United States
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