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Runoff Election: December 6, 2014


New Orleans Family Court Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Janet Ahern
Original air date: December 4, 2014

Janet Ahern is running for judge of Domestic Section 2 of Orleans Civil District Court in a runoff election on December 6, 2014. Her opponent, Monique Barial, declined to participate in this forum. Ms. Ahern makes her case for why she should be elected to the seat, and dives into the Court itself, its role in the larger court structure, and some of the challenges it faces.

Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

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Jefferson Parish Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Danyelle Taylor
Original air date: December 2, 2014

Danyelle Taylor is running for judge of Division O of 24th Judicial District Court in Jefferson Parish in a runoff election on December 6, 2014. Her opponent, Thomas Anzelmo, Jr., declined to participate in this forum. Ms. Taylor makes her case for why she should be elected to the seat, and dives into the Court itself, its role in the larger court structure, and some of the challenges it faces.

Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

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New Orleans Civil Court Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Judge Chris Bruno
Original air date: November 2, 2014

Judge Chris Bruno is the incumbent of Division F of Orleans Civil District Court, and on November 4, 2014, he will be faced by challenger Ruth Ramsey for the seat.

Judge Bruno joined the show on November 2, 2014 for an informative conversation about the issues faced by Civil District Court, the future of the Court, his own legal philosophy, and much more. Ruth Ramsey did not respond to invitations to appear on the show alongside Judge Bruno.

Early voting for the November 4th elections begins October 21st. Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

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New Orleans Criminal Court Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Judge Paul Sens & Byron C. Williams
Original air date: October 30, 2014

The seat for Section G of Orleans Criminal District Court is an open seat, and on November 4, 2014, Judge Paul Sens of New Orleans Municipal Court and attorney Byron C. Williams will face off in an election for the seat.

Judge Sens and attorney Williams joined the show on October 30, 2014 for an informative conversation about the issues faced by Criminal District Court, the future of the Court, and some of their own ideas about the criminal justice system. The candidates also made their individual cases for why they should win your vote.

Early voting for the November 4th elections begins October 21st. Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

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New Orleans Civil Court Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Judge Lloyd Medley & Nakisha Ervin-Knott
Original air date: October 28, 2014

Judge Frank Medley has sat on the bench of Division D at Orleans Civil District Court for 18 years. He is challenged in the November 4 election by attorney Nakisha Ervin-Knott, who has worked as a civil litigator for 16 years.

Judge Medley and attorney Ervin-Knott joined the show on October 28, 2014 for an informative conversation about the issues that come before Civil District Court, the future of the Court, and some of the legal issues and problems that arise. The candidates also made their individual cases for why they should win your vote.

Early voting for the November 4th elections begins October 21st. Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

Click HERE to download the audio podcast of this episode.


New Orleans Criminal Court Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Judge Frank Marullo, Marie Williams, & Graham Bosworth
Original air date: October 21, 2014

Judge Frank Marullo has sat on the bench of Section D at Orleans Criminal District Court since 1974. He is the longest-serving judge in the state of Louisiana, and on November 4, 2014, he will face off against two challengers for his seat: attorneys Graham Bosworth and Marie Williams.

Judge Marullo and attorneys Williams and Bosworth joined the show on October 21, 2014 for an informative conversation about the issues that come before Criminal Court, the future of the Court, and some of the legal issues and problems that arise. The candidates also made their individual cases for why they should win your vote.

Early voting for the November 4th elections begins October 21st. Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

Click HERE to download the audio podcast of this episode.


New Orleans Family Court Judge Candidate Forum
w/ Judge Bernadette D’Souza & Taetrece Harrison
Original air date: October 14, 2014

Judge Bernadette D’Souza has sat on the bench of Domestic Section 1 at Orleans Civil District Court since 2012. Section 1 is a dedicated family court, handling family law cases exclusively. She is challenged in this election by attorney Taetrece Harrison.

Judge D’Souza and attorney Harrison joined the show on October 14, 2014 for an informative conversation about the issues that come before Family Court, the future of the Court, and some of the legal issues and problems that arise. Each candidate also made her case for why she is the best person for the job.

Early voting for the November 4th elections begins October 21st. Learn where you need to go to vote online by clicking here.

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New Orleans Traffic Court Judge Candidate Forum
Clint Smith & Steven Jupiter

Attorneys Steven Jupiter and Clint Smith are running for the position of judge in New Orleans Traffic Court on November 16, 2013. On November 7, 2013, they joined the show for a forum to discuss the issues and their respective positions and plans for the office if elected.



Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court Judge Candidate Forum
Barron Burmaster & Zoe Fleming

Attorneys Barron Burmaster & Zoe Fleming are running for judge of Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court on November 16, 2013. On November 14, 2013, they joined the show for a forum to discuss the issues and their respective positions and plans for the office if elected.


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