Robert B. Gibson, III, has announced his plans to run for 10th Judicial District Circuit Judge, Division 3. The district encompasses Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Desha, and Drew counties.
Current Division 3 Circuit Judge, Robert Bynum Gibson, Jr. is retiring at the end of his term.
If elected, Gibson commits to serving impartially and with integrity, according to a news release announcing his candidacy.
“I’m excited to announce my intentions to seek the position of Circuit Judge, Division 3, 10th District,” Gibson said. “Serving Southeast Arkansas, my home, would be a great honor. As Circuit Judge, I would work hard every day to keep the voters trust by being accessible, impartial, and operating with the highest integrity.”
Robert Gibson is a graduate of University of Arkansas School of Law. He has been admitted to practice in both state and federal court. Gibson currently serves on the Committee for Model Civil Jury Instructions. This appointment is made by the Chief Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Robert Gibson is a native of Dermott and Monticello. He and his wife, Macy, have two sons, Robert, 7, and Charles Turner Gibson, 4. Robert and his family reside in Crossett where he practices law with Tom Streetman at the law firm of Streetman & Gibson, PLLC. Robert serves on the board of directors for the Ashley County Boys & Girls Club, Crossett Rotary Club, and the Crossett Chamber of Commerce. He and his family attend St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Crossett.