Kimble Files For District Court Judge


Jason P. Kimble has filed for District Court Judge in Johnston, Harnett, and Lee Counties. Mr. Kimble seeks to fill the seat left vacant by the retirement of Judge Caron Stewart. The seat is currently occupied by Brad Salmon, a Democrat, who was appointed by Governor Roy Cooper.

Residing in Lillington, he and his wife Jessica are the proud parents of three children who are currently enrolled at Buies Creek Elementary and Triton High Schools. Kimble describes himself as a Christian and strong Republican who embodies the importance of family, faith, and responsibility.

Kimble is a graduate of Campbell University, and Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. Practicing law since 2004, he has over 17 years of legal experience. Throughout Kimble’s career, he has spent much of his time in District and Superior Courts as a trial attorney.

Currently employed as an Assistant District Attorney in Harnett and Lee Counties, he prosecutes criminal cases from simple infractions to serious felonies, including murder cases.

Previously, Kimble has served as an Assistant Public Defender representing indigent clients, as well as being an associate attorney where he was involved in criminal, civil, domestic, and federal matters. He has also been in private practice.