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  • Gro?was a jurist on the County bench.
  • Elrod remained on the Harris County bench until her confirmation to the Fifth Circuit.
  • Appointments to the county bench of magistrates were usually made on the recommendation of the lieutenant.
  • He was appointed to the Northampton County Bench in 1991 by Governor Robert P . Casey.
  • Pechman, 48, is a Seattle resident who has served on the King County bench since 1988.
  • Seven years later, Kornstein was elected to the Polk County bench and to the Circuit Court in 1998.
  • He was an Alderman of the Lancashire County Council and Chairman of the County Bench, sitting at Church.
  • After 10 years as a prosecutor handling misdemeanors and another 10 on the county bench, Walsh knows his subject.
  • In 1920 the New York state governor Al Smith appointed Martin to a vacant position on the Kings County bench.
  • In fact, this year he won the annual Kern County Bench and Bar Award, the latest of many honors.
  • After an unsuccessful run for the state Senate as a Republican, he was named to the Mercer County bench in 1956.
  • Shaw moved to Rustington, Sussex, where he was Chairman of Arundel County Bench for 14 years and active in community activities.
  • Johnson was appointed to the Pulaski County bench in June to serve out the term of a judge who had been removed from office.
  • She served as the county's juvenile court judge from 1954 through 1957 before returning to the general county bench for the following three years.
  • The case was subsequently transferred to Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Chief Judge of the California Supreme Court, after all 13 judges on the Marin County bench recused themselves.
  • George Finkle, 49, has been on the King County bench since 1989 and was formerly partner in a Seattle law firm that specialized in product-liability and toxic tort cases.
  • Attorneys for Superior Court Judge Jane Ore Melvin say the chat-room message, insinuating she illegally lobbied then-Gov . Tom Ridge to appoint a friend to a vacant spot on the Allegheny County bench, was defamatory.
  • In a deal that was made in 1948 to create a fourth judgeship position on the Bronx County bench the following year, Judge Samuel Joseph, a Republican who was up for re-election for his judge position, obtained the endorsement of both the Republican and Democratic parties in the Bronx, with the understanding that in the following year, the Democratic nominee would also get the Republican nomination.