North Carolina’s Attacks on the Courts Lead to Fewer Judges of Color

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From The Center For American Progress: By Billy Corriher, Michele L. Jawando, and Lukasz Grabowski Posted on November 16, 2017, 9:55 am State and federal courts are incrementally cracking down on the North Carolina General Assembly’s voter suppression efforts. Federal courts have ruled that legislators intentionally reduced African American voters’ access to the ballot when they crafted the state’s […]

White Paper: Brennan Center For Justice

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Legislative Appointments for Judges: Lessons from South Carolina, Virginia, and Rhode Island North Carolina’s legislative leaders may soon propose replacing its system of electing judges with a system in which the state legislature selects judges to fill vacancies. Douglas Keith, Laila Robbins September 29, 2017 VIEW [Download the Full Analysis] Media reports suggest North Carolina’s legislative leaders […]