Dianne Tucker Cromwell is the court reporter for 4th District Judge Ron Wilper at the Ada County Courthouse. She's practiced the profession since she was 21 years old and comes from a family of court reporters. “There’s not very many of us,” she says.
Dianne Tucker Cromwell is the court reporter for 4th District Judge Ron Wilper at the Ada County Courthouse. She's practiced the profession since she was 21 years old and comes from a family of court reporters. “There’s not very many of us,” she says. kjones@idahostatesman.com
Dianne Tucker Cromwell is the court reporter for 4th District Judge Ron Wilper at the Ada County Courthouse. She's practiced the profession since she was 21 years old and comes from a family of court reporters. “There’s not very many of us,” she says. kjones@idahostatesman.com

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