District Judge Dave Gamble wrapped up 25 years of hearing criminal cases Tuesday by thanking the people who have worked for him and represented clients since 1987.
Gamble's retirement is effective Jan. 6, but his final criminal calendar was heard Tuesday since the court is closed on the Christmas and New Year's holidays.
Addressing prosecutor Laurie Trotter, defense attorney Kris Brown, law clerk John Seddon, parole and probation office Tami Matus, court reporter Kathy Jackson, court clerk Mary Biaggini, and bailiff Greg Hubbard, the judge thanked them for their service.
"You've done wonderful work," Gamble said.
Trotter repaid the compliment …