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2014 Judicial Campaign Code of Conduct Program

The Tennessee Bar Association is renewing its program that invites judges and judicial candidates in the August 2014 judicial elections to agree to a campaign code aimed at preserving public faith in the integrity of the justice system.

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Judging Our Judges

View or download a copy of the Judging Our Judges article.

2010 Tennessee Judicial Selection Information Center

As a public service, the Tennessee Bar Association program is working to help assure that our upcoming judicial elections are conducted in a manner that will maintain confidence in our judiciary. At this website you will find:

• A report from the Tennessee Judicial Evaluation Commission with recommendations on the retention of Tennessee Supreme Court justices and Appellate Court judges.

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2010 Tennessee Judicial Candidates for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction

The following are candidates for Tennessee judicial positions in courts of limited jurisdiction in the upcoming elections. Candidates whose names are in color have signed the Tennessee Fair Judicial Campaign Code of Conduct, which is designed to maintain the highest standards of discourse.

This list was compiled from multiple sources, so it may be incomplete. If you see errors or omissions, please contact the TBA at email@tnbar.org.

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2010 Tennessee Judicial Candidates for Trial Courts

The following are candidates for Tennessee judicial positions in state trial courts in the upcoming elections. Candidates whose names are in color have signed the Tennessee Fair Judicial Campaign Code of Conduct, which is designed to maintain the highest standards of discourse.

This list was compiled from multiple sources, so it may be incomplete. If you see errors or omissions, please contact the TBA at email@tnbar.org.

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2010 Tennessee Judicial Candidates for Appellate Courts

The following are appellate court judges face a retention vote in the upcoming elections. Candidates whose names are in color have signed the Tennessee Fair Judicial Campaign Code of Conduct, which is designed to maintain the highest standards of discourse. Appellate court justices do not run against other candidates, but face a retention vote.

Listings for other courts: • Trial Court JudgesCandidates for courts of limited jurisdiction

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