National Bar Association Judicial Picks 

National Bar Association Endorsements

 (* = unopposed):

Circuit Court:
Div. 1 - John R. McCarroll *
Div. 2 - Curtis Johnson
Div. 4 - Rita L. Stotts *
Div. 6 - Jerry Stokes
Div. 8 - D'Army Bailey

Chancery Court:
Part 1 - Walter L. Evans*
Part 2 - Arnold Goldin
Part 3 - Kenny Armstrong

Criminal Court:
Div. 1 - Paula Skahan
Div. 4 - Carolyn Wade Blackett
Div. 5 - Dewun R. Settle
Div. 6 - Latonya Sue Burrow
Div. 7 - Lee V. Coffee
Div. 9 - Mark Ward

General Sessions Civil:
1 - Lynn Cobb *
2 - Phyllis Gardner *
3 - John A. Donald
4 - Regina Morrison Newman
5 - Betty Thomas Moore

General Sessions Criminal:
7 - Tyrone J. Paylor
8 - Tim Dwyer *
10 - Tony Johnson *
11 - Mischelle Alexander-Best
12 - Gwen Rooks
13 - Louis J. Montesi
14 - Larry Potter *
15 - Loyce Lambert Ryan *

Juvenile Court:
Earnestine Hunt Dorse

Probate Court 2 - Donn Southern  

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