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Misconduct Report: November 2014

Mark H. Brain

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Mark H. Brain
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Current Court Information:
Maricopa County Superior Court, Arizona
Title:   Judge
Service:
Appointed by:   Gov. Jan Brewer
Active:   2011-2019
Preceded by:   F. Pendleton Gaines, III
Past post:   Commissioner, Maricopa County Superior Court
Past term:   2006-2011
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Iowa State University, 1985
Law School:   University of Michigan School of Law, 1988
Candidate 2014:
Candidate for:  Maricopa County Superior Court
Position:  Retention
State:  Arizona
Election information 2014:
Incumbent:  Yes
Election date:  11/4/2014
Election vote:  70.4%ApprovedA

Mark H. Brain is a judge on the Maricopa County Superior Court in Arizona. He was appointed in March 2011 by Governor Jan Brewer.[1] He was retained on November 4, 2014, for a term that expires on January 6, 2019.[2][3]

Elections

2014

See also: Arizona judicial elections, 2014
Brain was retained to the Maricopa County Superior Court with 70.4% of the vote on November 4, 2014.[3][4]
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Evaluation

The Judicial Performance Review Commission provides Arizona voters with an evaluation of each judge up for retention. The commission votes on whether a candidate meets or does not meet the JPR standards. Each judge is assessed on their legal ability, integrity, communication skills, judicial temperament and administrative performance.[5]

The commission voted that Brain met the JPR standards. The vote was 29-0 in favor of retention.[3]

Education

Brain received his undergraduate degree in physics in 1985 from Iowa State University and his J.D. from the University of Michigan School of Law in 1988.[1]

Career

Judicial philosophy

The press release announcing the appointment stated, "Commissioner Brain is reflective of Governor Brewer’s continued effort to identify and appoint judges who share her philosophy that judges should strictly interpret and apply the laws as written."[1]

See also

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References

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