Senior District Judge

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United States District Court For The Western District Of Virginia - Judges, U.S. Attorney, and Jurisdiction - Current Judges
... As of July 20th 2012, there are four active judges and four senior judges ... # Title Judge Duty station Born Term of service Appointed by Active Chief Senior 25 Chief Judge Glen E ... Bush 23 District Judge James Parker Jones Abingdon 1940 1996–present 2004–2010 — Bill Clinton 22 District Judge Samuel Grayson Wilson Roanoke 1949 1990–present 1997–2004 ...
List Of Judges Of The United States District Court For The Southern District Of New York - District Judges
... District Court for the Southern District of New York has 28 authorized judgeships, filled by judges appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate ... Twenty four judges who have taken senior status are eligible to continue hearing cases ... As of June 1, 2009, the Chief Judge of the District is Judge Loretta A ...
United States District Court For The Western District Of Missouri - Judges - Senior District Judges
... Name Took senior status Appointed by Senior District Judge Scott O ... Wright 1991 Jimmy Carter Senior District Judge Howard F ... Sachs 1992 Jimmy Carter Senior District Judge Dean Whipple 2007 Ronald Reagan Senior District Judge Nanette K ...
Timothy Workman
... Senior District Judge Timothy Workman CBE is a leading British judge, a long-term stipendiary magistrate who currently serves as Senior District Judge ... From 1967 to 1969, Workman was a probation officer in the Inner London district, before working as a solicitor until 1986, when he was appointed to serve as a Stipendiary ... Metropolitan Stipendiary Benches merged, Workman was made Deputy Senior District Judge ...

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