Judicial Candidates Questionnaire


TLR is publishing the responses of all the candidates who submitted answers to our questionnaires.

Judicial Candidates Question 1: In order to render a decision, the Judge must determine the true facts, usually after hearing two sharply differing accounts. How would you go about the task of deciding who to believe?

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Judicial Candidates Question 2: Proof beyond a reasonable doubt is required to convict a criminal case. What does this standard mean to you and how would you apply it?

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Judicial Candidates Question 3: All Judicial candidates promise to be “fair”, but this is a very subjective term. What does being fair actually mean to you and how would you translate your concept of fairness into actual cases?

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