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From the 43rd

Editor’s note: This is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judges Tom Chapman and Brent Elliott. The purpose of the article is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. Last article we began a discussion of the Circuit’s misdemeanor probation system.

As you may recall, due to expanding case loads, the State Board

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From the 43rd

Editor’s note: “From the 43rd” is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judges Tom Chapman and Brent Elliott. The purpose of the article is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. The last few articles outlined the duties of the Presiding Circuit Judge. The next few articles will focus on the 43rd Circuit’s

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From the 43rd: Judges and Divisions

The Presiding Judge in each Circuit has seven primary duties:

1.  Judicial Schedules.  Each of the seven judges in our circuit has docket days to take up uncontested matters and simple motions.  Because many lawyers in the circuit have matters in each of the counties, it is important to try to keep these dockets from overlapping.  With five counties, seven judges, and limited courtroom space, organizing the calendar can be

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From the 43rd

by Judge Brent Elliott

Editor’s note: “From the 43rd” is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judges Tom Chapman and Brent Elliott. The purpose of the article is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. In the last article it was noted that Judge Chapman will be assuming the position of

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43rd Judicial Circuit: Presiding circuit judge

“From the 43rd” is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judges Tom Chapman and Brent Elliott. The purpose of the article is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. We normally do not disclose which judge has written the article. This article has been prepared by Judge Elliott and will discuss

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43rd Judicial District: About the juvenile office

Editor’s note: This column is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judges Tom Chapman and Brent Elliott. The purpose of the article is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. No explanation or example utilized herein should in any way be interpreted as reflecting the judges’ approval or disapproval of any law or

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43rd Judicial District: About Division I and II, Circuit Court

Editor’s note: This column is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judge Tom Chapman and Judge Brent Elliott. The intent is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. No explanation or example utilized herein should in any way be interpreted as reflecting the judge’s approval or disapproval of any law or rule. A

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43rd Judicial District: About bonds (bail)

Editor’s note: This column is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judge Tom Chapman and Judge Brent Elliott. The intent is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. No explanation or example utilized herein should in any way be interpreted as reflecting the judge’s approval or disapproval of any law or rule. A

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43rd Judicial District: Felony sentencing

Editor’s note: This column is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judge Tom Chapman and Judge Brent Elliott. The intent is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. No explanation or example utilized herein should in any way be interpreted as reflecting the judge’s approval or disapproval of any law or rule. A

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