Judge Virgil Pittman will be remembered as a talented jurist and as a man who not only loved the law, but followed it to the letter throughout a long and distinguished career. Judge Pittman served both as a Circuit Judge in the Alabama state court system and also as a U. S. District Court Judge in the federal system. He was appointed to the federal bench by President Lyndon Johnson in 1966. While his actions on the federal bench weren’t always well received by the public, there are two things for certain: Judge Pittman was always “right” and he never backed down. The Coffee County native held the title of “Judge” for almost six decades. Judge Pittman died on Jan. 6, 2012. His was a lifetime of service to his fellow man and that nobody can deny.
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