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You wouldn’t know it from the press coverage surrounding him, but Clarence Thomas has the highest rate of favorability among sitting U.S. Supreme Court justices.
You wouldn’t know it from the press coverage surrounding him, but Clarence Thomas has the highest rate of favorability among sitting U.S. Supreme Court justices.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced four nominations to serve as Special Superior Court judges with designations to the Business Court.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced four nominations to serve as Special Superior Court judges with designations to the Business Court.
 
As courthouses begin to reopen across North Carolina, the state’s judicial branch office is preparing to request millions of dollars in funding to help keep them open.
As courthouses begin to reopen across North Carolina, the state’s judicial branch office is preparing to request millions of dollars in funding to help keep them open.
 
President-elect Joe Biden is likely to meet a flurry of legal challenges to his agenda — and a federal bench freshly stocked with conservative judges.
President-elect Joe Biden is likely to meet a flurry of legal challenges to his agenda — and a federal bench freshly stocked with conservative judges.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced two new judicial appointments to Judicial Districts 13 and 20A, which serve Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus counties and Stanly and Montgomery counties, respectively.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced two new judicial appointments to Judicial Districts 13 and 20A, which serve Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus counties and Stanly and Montgomery counties, respectively.
 
North Carolina is in the midst of the election season.
 
Perhaps the most overlooked elections, ranking just slightly ahead of Soil and Water Conversation District Commissioners, are those of judges.
Perhaps the most overlooked elections, ranking just slightly ahead of Soil and Water Conversation District Commissioners, are those of judges.
 
Count Jonathan Turley out if you’re among the Democrats who want to pack the U.S. Supreme Court with new liberal justices in 2021.
Count Jonathan Turley out if you’re among the Democrats who want to pack the U.S. Supreme Court with new liberal justices in 2021.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper appointed two new District Court Judges to serve Guilford and Wake counties.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper appointed two new District Court Judges to serve Guilford and Wake counties.
 
Today Governor Cooper announced the appointment of three District Court judges to serve in Mecklenburg, Forsyth, and Orange and Chatham Counties.
Today Governor Cooper announced the appointment of three District Court judges to serve in Mecklenburg, Forsyth, and Orange and Chatham Counties.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced new judicial appointments to serve Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, McDowell, and Rutherford counties.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced new judicial appointments to serve Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, McDowell, and Rutherford counties.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced two new judicial appointments to serve Orange, Chatham and Guilford counties.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced two new judicial appointments to serve Orange, Chatham and Guilford counties.
 
The COVID-19 outbreak can’t be an excuse to outlaw most indoor worship services in North Carolina, a federal judge ruled Saturday, May 16.
The COVID-19 outbreak can’t be an excuse to outlaw most indoor worship services in North Carolina, a federal judge ruled Saturday, May 16.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed three judges to serve Brunswick, Cumberland and Duplin, Jones, Onslow and Sampson counties.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed three judges to serve Brunswick, Cumberland and Duplin, Jones, Onslow and Sampson counties.
 
President Trump is transforming our judiciary – appointing a historic number of Federal judges who will interpret the Constitution as written.
President Trump is transforming our judiciary – appointing a historic number of Federal judges who will interpret the Constitution as written.
 
Today, Governor Cooper appointed two new judges, the Honorable William F. “Tripp” Helms and Rex Marvel, to district courts in Union and Mecklenburg counties respectively.
Today, Governor Cooper appointed two new judges, the Honorable William F. “Tripp” Helms and Rex Marvel, to district courts in Union and Mecklenburg counties respectively.
 
Today, Governor Cooper appointed Joseph Edgar Brown III and Christopher J. Welch to serve as District Court Judges in Districts 7 and 4, respectively.
Today, Governor Cooper appointed Joseph Edgar Brown III and Christopher J. Welch to serve as District Court Judges in Districts 7 and 4, respectively.
 
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in North Carolina’s high-profile partisan gerrymandering case offered an excellent lesson about the limits of judicial power. It’s a lesson that should come in handy soon for state judges.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in North Carolina’s high-profile partisan gerrymandering case offered an excellent lesson about the limits of judicial power. It’s a lesson that should come in handy soon for state judges.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed three new judges to serve Duplin, Jones, Onslow, Sampson, Randolph, Hoke and Moore counties.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed three new judges to serve Duplin, Jones, Onslow, Sampson, Randolph, Hoke and Moore counties.
 
Legislative Republicans vowed to offer changes in the way North Carolinians select judges
 
Judges in one of North Carolina's ongoing electoral redistricting fights are explaining why voters will not face special legislative elections before the regularly scheduled 2018 races
Judges in one of North Carolina's ongoing electoral redistricting fights are explaining why voters will not face special legislative elections before the regularly scheduled 2018 races
 
North Carolina Chief Justice Mark Martin isn't happy with the way state judges get on the bench
North Carolina Chief Justice Mark Martin isn't happy with the way state judges get on the bench
 
A panel of federal judges has denied a request from North Carolina lawmakers to delay an order to redraw state House and Senate districts by no later than March 15 and hold special legislative elections later this year.
A panel of federal judges has denied a request from North Carolina lawmakers to delay an order to redraw state House and Senate districts by no later than March 15 and hold special legislative elections later this year.
 
A new unofficial congressional district map released Monday by a bipartisan panel of former state judges was not received warmly by the members of the General Assembly who have the legal authority to set election district lines.
A new unofficial congressional district map released Monday by a bipartisan panel of former state judges was not received warmly by the members of the General Assembly who have the legal authority to set election district lines.
 
What started out as a mission to tweak a few districts to bring the 1st and 12th congressional districts in line has resulted in radical change for a lot more voters and some political favors (as well as hits).
What started out as a mission to tweak a few districts to bring the 1st and 12th congressional districts in line has resulted in radical change for a lot more voters and some political favors (as well as hits).
 
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed two District Court judges.
 
The state House on Tuesday narrowly approved a bill that would require appellate judges to win retention elections to hold their seats. If House Bill 222 becomes law, it would apply to the chief justice and other justices on the N.C. Supreme Court as well as all judges on the N.C. Court of Appeals.
The state House on Tuesday narrowly approved a bill that would require appellate judges to win retention elections to hold their seats. If House Bill 222 becomes law, it would apply to the chief justice and other justices on the N.C. Supreme Court as well as all judges on the N.C. Court of Appeals.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Charles M. "Casey" Viser of Mecklenburg County for a Special Superior Court Judgeship. The seat was formerly held by Special Superior Court Judge Martin McGee.
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Charles M. "Casey" Viser of Mecklenburg County for a Special Superior Court Judgeship. The seat was formerly held by Special Superior Court Judge Martin McGee.
 
Why bother having elections? We have these unelected law school graduates in black robes regularly stomping all over the will of the people and their elected officials.
Why bother having elections? We have these unelected law school graduates in black robes regularly stomping all over the will of the people and their elected officials.
 
The special election in November to fill a Court of Appeals judgeship illustrates how complicated, costly and difficult we've made elections and how we might simplify voting.
The special election in November to fill a Court of Appeals judgeship illustrates how complicated, costly and difficult we've made elections and how we might simplify voting.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has named two current judges to serve as Special Superior Court judges. They are Judge Beecher Reynolds Gray of the North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings, and Judge Martin B. (Marty) McGee, a District Court Judge for Judicial District 19A in Cabarrus County.
Governor Pat McCrory has named two current judges to serve as Special Superior Court judges. They are Judge Beecher Reynolds Gray of the North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings, and Judge Martin B. (Marty) McGee, a District Court Judge for Judicial District 19A in Cabarrus County.
 
Today, Governor McCrory announced the following nominations to serve on the State Board of Education for confirmation by the North Carolina General Assembly.
Today, Governor McCrory announced the following nominations to serve on the State Board of Education for confirmation by the North Carolina General Assembly.
 
Today, Governor McCrory announced the following direct appointments.
 
North Carolina has a public (meaning taxpayer-financed) campaign financing system for appellate court judges and three Council of State positions: Auditor, Commissioner of Insurance, and Superintendent of Public Instruction.
North Carolina has a public (meaning taxpayer-financed) campaign financing system for appellate court judges and three Council of State positions: Auditor, Commissioner of Insurance, and Superintendent of Public Instruction.
 
State public campaign funding for key races is drying up, a situation with significant implications for a number of candidates in this coming election season.
State public campaign funding for key races is drying up, a situation with significant implications for a number of candidates in this coming election season.
 
Paul Newby meets with officials, then speaks at Rotary Club
 
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