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Misconduct Report: August 2014

C. L. Rogers

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C. L. Rogers
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Current Court Information:
Eighteenth Circuit Court, Tennessee
Title:   Former judge
Service:
Active:   2000-2014
Succeeded by:   Joe H. Thompson
Past position:   Attorney in private practice
Past term:   1975-2000
Personal History
Deceased:   2/27/2014
Undergraduate:   Middle Tennessee State University
Law School:   Memphis State School of Law, 1975

C. L. "Buck" Rogers is a former circuit court judge for the Eighteenth Circuit Court in Tennessee. He became a judge on the court in 2000 and was re-elected without opposition in 2006.[1][2] On February 27, 2014, Rogers died suddenly of an aortic aneurysm.[3]

Education

Rogers received his undergraduate degree from the Middle Tennessee State University and his J.D. degree from the Memphis State School of Law in 1975.[1][4]

Career

Before his election to the Eighteenth Circuit Court, Rogers worked as an attorney in private practice for the law firms of Goodall & Bone, Goodall & Rogers, and Rogers and Moore for twenty-five years.[4]

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