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The North Carolina Court of Appeals is the only intermediate appellate court in the state of North Carolina. It is composed of fifteen members who sit in rotating groups of three. Judges serve eight-year terms and are elected in statewide non-partisan elections.[1]

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North Carolina Court of Appeals
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Court information
Judges:   15
Salary:   $134,440[2]
Judicial selection
Method:   Non-partisan election of judges
Term:   8 years

Judges

JudgeTermAppointed by
Judge Wanda Bryant2001-2020Gov. Mike Easley
Judge Ann Calabria2003-2018
Judge Rick Elmore2003-2018
Judge Sam Ervin2009-2017
Judge Martha Geer2003-2018
Judge Robert C. Hunter1998-2014Gov. Jim Hunt
Judge Robert N. Hunter, Jr.2009-2016
Chief judge Linda McGee1995-2020Gov. Jim Hunt
Judge Sanford Steelman2003-2018
Judge Linda Stephens2006-2016Gov. Mike Easley
Judge Donna Stroud2007-2014
Judge Chris Dillon2013-2020
Judge Doug McCullough2010-2018
Judge Mark A. Davis2013-2014Gov. Bev Perdue

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Former judges

Notable decisions

See also

External links

References

North CarolinaSupreme Court of North CarolinaNorth Carolina Court of AppealsNorth Carolina Superior CourtsNorth Carolina District CourtsUnited States District Court for the Eastern District of North CarolinaUnited States District Court for the Middle District of North CarolinaUnited States District Court for the Western District of North CarolinaUnited States Court of Appeals for the Fourth CircuitNorth Carolina countiesNorth Carolina judicial newsNorth Carolina judicial electionsJudicial selection in North CarolinaNorthCarolinaTemplatewithoutBankruptcy.jpg

2014

Davis Seat
CandidateIncumbencyPrimary VoteElection Vote
HolcombePaul A. Holcombe No   
DavisMark A. Davis Yes   
Hunter Seat
CandidateIncumbencyPrimary VoteElection Vote
InmanLucy N. Inman No   
SouthernWilliam F. Southern, III No   
Unopposed  Judge Donna Stroud (Stroud Seat)

Additionally, a special election will be held on November 4 to replace retiring Chief Judge John C. Martin.[1]

2012

CandidateIncumbencyOfficePrimary VoteElection Vote
DillonChris Dillon   ApprovedANo52.7%   ApprovedA
ThigpenCressie Thigpen    Yes47.3%   DefeatedD
RobinsonDavid S. Robinson    NoMcGee Seat38.8%   DefeatedD
McGeeLinda McGee   ApprovedAYes61.2%   ApprovedA
McGeeMartin B. McGee    No43.5%   DefeatedD
BryantWanda Bryant   ApprovedAYes56.6%   ApprovedA


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