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News About Judge Ola Lewis for NC Supreme Court

Voters Running to Lewis in the Closing Days of the Campaign for Chief Justice

October 28th, 2014

by Rodney J. Sumler

North Carolinians are sure to pay the price should Martin be elected this November. Enter Judge Ola Lewis.

http://votejudgeola.com/uploads/2014-October_ACPhoenixNews.pdf


From the News & Observer: LAWMAKER SENDS INAPPROPRIATE EMAILS TOUTING MARK MARTIN

July 1st, 2014

By John Frank

FUNDRAISER -- From the Insider: Rep. Bert Jones, R- Rockingham, sent emails last week from his General Assembly email account inviting fellow Republican lawmakers to a fundraiser for N.C. Supreme Court Justice Mark Martin at a Raleigh home.

http://votejudgeola.com/uploads/7-1-14%20News%20and%20Observer%20Online%20-%20LAWMAKER%20SENDS%20INAPPROPRIATE%20EMAILS%20TOUTING%20MARK%20MARTIN%20-%20By%20John%20Frank.pdf


What Exactly Is a “Substantial Constitutional Question” for Purposes of Appeal to the North Carolina Supreme Court?

June 9th, 2014

Once the North Carolina Court of Appeals has filed a decision,

there are two separate grounds for seeking a review as of right to the

North Carolina Supreme Court.

http://votejudgeola.com/uploads/ORRLawREview.pdf


JUDICIAL EVALUATIONS AND INFORMATION FORCING:

June 9th, 2014

Ranking state high courts and their judges

http://votejudgeola.com/uploads/Judicial%20Evaluations%20and%20Information%20Forcing-%20Ranking%20State%20High.pdf


Discretion at the Supreme Court

September 25th, 2013

by Sharon McCloskey

Getting a case before the state Supreme Court is not easy. If you’ve lost at the Court of Appeals but have a judge there who’s dissented, you can get there as a matter of right. So, too, if your case involves a substantial constitutional question.

- See more at: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2013/09/25/discretion-at-the-supreme-court/#sthash.KSb5fx2B.dpuf

http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2013/09/25/discretion-at-the-supreme-court/


Business as usual at the Supreme Court

June 19th, 2013

by Sharon McCloskey

In the glare of the national spotlight illuminating a hotly-contested, contentious and expensive judicial election and amidst the shifting of seats brought on by the resignation of one justice and the elevation of another, the North Carolina Supreme Court carried on its business in otherwise mundane fashion this past year. - See more at: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2013/06/19/business-as-usual-at-the-supreme-court/#sthash.HdLHXDPR.dpuf

http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2013/06/19/business-as-usual-at-the-supreme-court/


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