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    Please help. I am drafting a letter to a Judge of the Circuit Court whose name has a "the third" as in: The Honorable James C. Smith, III

    I have addressed the letter to The Honorable James C. Smith, III , however how do I write the salutation:
    Dear Judge James C. Smith, III or
    Dear Judge Smith, III or
    Dear Judge Smith

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    Default Re: In a letter to a Judge

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Please help. I am drafting a letter to a Judge of the Circuit Court whose name has a "the third" as in: The Honorable James C. Smith, III

    I have addressed the letter to The Honorable James C. Smith, III , however how do I write the salutation:
    Dear Judge James C. Smith, III or
    Dear Judge Smith, III or
    Dear Judge Smith
    No comma between the name and "III".

    The salutation is simply Dear Judge Smith.

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