15 Applicants Apply for 2 Family Court Vacancies

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"The Commission on Judicial Selection has received applications from 15 attorneys to fill two vacancies at the Eighth Judicial District Family Court that are the result of Family Court judges being elected in November to other positions, Chief Justice William Maupin announced. crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

Family Court Judge Stefany Miley was elected to a civil/criminal judgeship, replacing Judge Elizabeth Halverson on the Department 23 bench. Judge Miley will be vacating her Department F seat at Family Court. crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

Family Court Judge Sandra Pomrenze was elected to the newly created Department P at Family Court and will be vacating her Department E seat at Family Court. crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

This will be the second interview and deliberation process that will be open to the public. The Commission voted on Dec. 18, 2007 to change its rules and open the traditionally confidential processes and provide access to most application information. crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

The applicants, in alphabetical order, are:crack hidden folders xp v.1.5Philip J. Dabney, 49, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
William B. Gonzalez, 47, Las Vegas, Clark County Deputy Public Defender
Gregory G. Gordon, 38, Henderson, attorney in private practice
Fernando Guzman, 59, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Kurt K. Harris, 45, Henderson, attorney in private practice
Charles J. Hoskin, 45, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
John Howard, Jr., 61, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Ronald J. Israel, 54, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Keith M. Lyons, Jr., 47, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Terrance Marren, 60, Las Vegas, Senior District Court Judge
Aurora M. Maskall, 45, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Michele Mercer, 46, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Vincent Ochoa, 56, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Morrisa Schechtman, 49, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice
Dawn T. Throne, 38, Las Vegas, attorney in private practice

The deadline for applications was 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 19, 2008. crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

The Commission will conduct interviews Feb. 9 and 10, 2009, in Las Vegas. Following the interviews, the Commission will submit the names of three nominees for each vacancy to Governor Jim Gibbons, who will appoint the replacements from the lists. crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

No time limit exists within which the Governor must make a judicial appointment. However, if appointments are not made within 30 days following submission of names by the Commission, the Governor may make no other appointments to public office."crack hidden folders xp v.1.5

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