Former Virginia Delegate Les Adams Appointed as Judge for the 22nd Judicial District: Southside Politician Begins New Chapter in Danville, Pittsylvania, and Franklin Counties

DANVILLE, Va. – Former Virginia Delegate Les Adams has been appointed as a judge for the 22nd Judicial District. The Virginia General Assembly selected Adams for the position, which covers the City of Danville, Pittsylvania County, and Franklin County.

Adams, who had previously served as a politician in the Southside region, represented the 48th House District from 2014 until his resignation in December. During his tenure, he advocated for various issues impacting Henry County, Pittsylvania County, and Martinsville.

As a General District Court Judge, Adams will begin his six-year term on February 1. This appointment comes as a recognition of Adams’ experience and qualifications in the realm of law and governance.

The 22nd Judicial District will benefit from Adams’ legal expertise and knowledge of the local community. His appointment is expected to contribute to the fair and effective administration of justice in the region.

Adams’ transition from politics to the judiciary marks a significant career shift. His new role will allow him to apply his legal background in a different capacity, focusing on upholding the law and ensuring that justice is served.

The Virginia General Assembly’s decision to appoint Adams reflects their confidence in his abilities and dedication to public service. Adams’ experience and understanding of the region’s legal landscape will undoubtedly serve him well in his new role as a judge.

Overall, Adams’ appointment as a judge for the 22nd Judicial District highlights both his individual accomplishments and the importance of qualified individuals in the judicial system. This move signifies a new chapter in Adams’ career, and the community looks forward to the positive impact he will undoubtedly have on the administration of justice in the district.