January 19, 2005
Schally currently serves as an assistant district attorney in Ketchikan.
"Daniel has been serving the people of Alaska in Ketchikan and on Prince of Wales Island. He has extensive experience prosecuting criminal cases and has handled a wide variety of issues," said Murkowski. "I am confident that he will make an excellent judge."
Schally has worked in the district attorney's office in Ketchikan since 1998. Prior to his work in Ketchikan, he served as a law clerk in Kodiak. Schally received his bachelor's and law degrees from the University of Minnesota.
He currently serves on the boards of directors of Community Connections and KRBD community radio and is a member of the Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council.
Schally fills the seat resulting
from the appointment of Judge Joel Bolger to the Kodiak Superior
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