Sisters in Law: Two siblings become judges in the same state

Sisters in Law: Two siblings become judges in the same state

- Donnaka and Daneeka Varner are sisters who dreamt big and reached for the stars

- Both the sisters graduated from law school and managed to become judges

- The best part is the two now sit at benches in the same state

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Sisters in Law: Two Siblings Become Judges in The Same State
Donnaka and Daneeka graduated from the same school during their undergraduate studies. Photos: Senator Doug Peters, The Varner Family.
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Daneeka Varner Cotton and her sister Donnaka Varner Lewis share way more than this. Both the ladies are judges in the US.

But wait, there’s more. Daneeka and Donnaka both practise in Prince George’s County.

According to WUSA, the two are the first sisters in the area to don the black robe at the same time in the state of Maryland.

It is understood that Donnaka is an associate judge at the District Court of Maryland while her sister Daneeka works as an associate judge at the Prince George’s County Circuit Court.

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Another fact about them that is oddly satisfying is the pair got their degrees at Hampton University.

Their mother Linda who values discipline, hard work and success happens to have a third child who ventured into medicine.

“One of the most important lessons I taught and demonstrated to my children—even when you confront difficult situations in life, you find the courage to power through them to achieve your goals,” Linda said.

In other news, Kris Jenner admitted she was a “kept woman” before she took charge of her own finances.

The mother of six told The Wall Street Journal that when she was married to her first husband Robert Kardashian, she never really handled any bills.

At that time, the grandma had no idea how much her gardener was being paid.

Then one of Kris’s friends challenged her and from then on, the momager decided to do things differently.

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“One day, my friend Shelli Azoff said to me when I was going through my divorce [from Robert], ‘How much is your gardener?’ And I said, ‘I don’t know,’” the 65-year-old said. When she was still with the father of her eldest kids, Kris was accustomed to a life of luxury.

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