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Tenth Judicial District Judicial Election

Candidates for the Election to Select Nominees for 
District Court Judge Position
February 15, 2019

A lawyer may elect judicial district bar membership based on where he/she lives or where he/she practices. If a lawyer chooses to be a member of a district bar where he/she works, but does not live, then voting on some matters is limited. When  the district bar membership needs to hold a vote for a vacancy on the district court, NCGS §7A-142 states that only members who reside in the district may vote. NCGS §84-16 appears to allow lawyers to vote on district court vacancies in a district in which he/she does not live provided he/she provides written notice to the bar. That is actually incorrect. The only other instance when a member must reside in the district in order to vote on a matter is when the membership must vote for the public defender (NCGS §7A- 498.7).  Click here for more information. 

 

 

 

 

 

David Baker
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 Dana Bellingrath
 
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Chassidy Hinton
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Abe Jones
 
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Tiffanie Meyers
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Stephanie Robinson
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