Governor Greitens Appoints David Roither as Associate Circuit Court Judge for St. Louis City

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January 9, 2018

Governor Eric Greitens has appointed David Roither, of St. Louis, as Associate Circuit Court Judge for the 22nd Judicial Circuit, which covers the City of St. Louis.  He will replace Judge Jason Sengheiser, whom Governor Greitens appointed to the circuit bench last year.

David Roither has practiced law for 19 years, specializing in family law litigation.  He is a partner at his law firm, Medler & Roither, LLC.  In addition to his law practice, he regularly serves as a guardian ad litem in St. Louis courts.  Roither received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri—St. Louis and his law degree from St. Louis University.      

Roither, an active member of the St. Louis community, is a hockey coach for a youth sports organization and a volunteer attorney for Legal Advocates for Abused Women.  He is a member of the St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church and the treasurer of the St. Margaret of Scotland Athletic Association. 

“David Roither has a demonstrated history of service to the St. Louis community and has spent much of his career litigating matters in associate circuit courtrooms,” said Governor Greitens.  “He will be an excellent addition to the St. Louis bench.”