Retired Judge Jay Wisman was presiding judge at Cascade District Court in Arlington for more than 37 years.

Retired Judge Jay Wisman was presiding judge at Cascade District Court in Arlington for more than 37 years.

Judge Jay Wisman was tough but gave people second chances

The retired judge, who died at 79, helped turn lives around during 37 years at Cascade District Court.

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